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Credit Suisse Energy Infrastructure Partners (CSEIP) and E.ON Climate & Renewables will order 114 turbines including the associated infrastructure work.
Together with E.ON, Credit Suisse Energy Infrastructure Partners (CSEIP) will build one of the largest onshore wind farms in Europe. A fund advised by CSEIP will hold 80% of the joint venture, while E.ON will hold 20%. E.ON will build and operate the 475-megawatt project under a long-term operation and maintenance agreement.
Walter Steinmann and Kurt Lüscher Join the Advisory Board of Credit Suisse Energy Infrastructure Partners AG (PDF)
With Dr. Walter Steinmann and Kurt Lüscher, the Advisory Board of Credit Suisse Energy Infrastructure Partners AG (CSEIP) gained two proven energy industry experts. In February 2017, CSEIP established its Advisory Board with a network of renowned current and former energy industry specialists and politicians.
Finews: ”Credit Suisse unter Strom”
Investments in energy infrastructure are attractive for pension funds. CSA Energy-Infrastructure Switzerland specializes in such investments and achieved a subscription volume of CHF 600 m at its third opening. It is the largest vehicle that invests exclusively in Swiss infrastructure.
Bilanz: ”Wie die CSEIP Rentengelder für das Stromnetz sammelt”
The Credit Suisse asset CSEIP brings together pension funds and the energy sector. The business model: identify assets in the energy sector that require investments and introduce them to institutional investors seeking attractive yet stable returns. This is done via the CSA Energy-Infrastructure Switzerland investment group.
With its acquisition of a third of the equity of Energie Zürichsee Linth, the CSA Energy Infrastructure Switzerland investment group shows new opportunities for energy investors.
The CSA Energy Infrastructure Switzerland investment group, managed by Credit Suisse Energy Infrastructure Partners, acquires an equity stake in Energie Zürichsee Linth. This enables the city of Rapperswil to raise CHF 44 m.
Credit Suisse Investment Solutions & Products: ”Energy infrastructure: attractive new territory for investors”
Energy infrastructure projects offer interesting investment opportunities in today’s environment, as these investments offer good visibility on cash flows. Credit Suisse Energy Infrastructure Partners is a specialized investment boutique in this sector. Its track record includes an investment in the largest European onshore wind project and an indirect participation in the Swiss high-pressure natural-gas pipeline.
After acquiring a stake in the Swiss power transmission grid, CSEIP and its CSA Energy Infrastructure Switzerland investment group are now interested in Swiss hydropower. CSEIP’s investment in the largest European onshore wind farm has already shown that investments in energy infrastructure can be attractive for institutional investors.
Renewable Energy World: ”Statkraft, Credit Suisse Fund to Invest USD 1.2 bn in Wind Power in Norway”
Credit Suisse Energy Infrastructure Partners invests in the largest European onshore wind farm project located in Norway. The project has a total cost of EUR 1.2 bn and lays the foundation for a climate-friendly industrial development.
Berner Zeitung: ”BKW beteiligt sich an Windkraftprojekt in Norwegen”
Credit Suisse Energy Infrastructure Partners and BKW partner up with institutional investors and acquire a 40% stake in Fosen Wind, the largest European onshore wind project. The investment company Nordic Vind DA is set up in order to do so.
The utility company Alpiq considers selling its stake in Swissgrid. The CSA Energy Infrastructure Switzerland investment group, which acquired a stake in BKW’s Swissgrid participation, has shown how such a transaction can be implemented.
CSA Energy Infrastructure Switzerland acquires a stake in BKW’s Swissgrid participation. Both sides benefit, as this approach enables BKW to increase its financial flexibility without selling the complete stake.