The article presents the results of our research, which utilized our global private equity investors database. We employed both the database and a keyword crawler to pinpoint private equity investors who reference hydrogen-related terms on their websites. The extensive Excel list created from this research is a crucial tool for networking with key investors in this sector.
Spain benefits from over 2,500 hours of sunshine annually, providing ideal conditions for solar energy and, consequently, green hydrogen production.
In this article, we are introducing three interesting hydrogen-focused private equity funds from our keyword crawler-based hydrogen private equity investors list.
Summa Capital Group is an autonomous private equity firm with varied assets, based in Barcelona, Spain. Established in 2010, it concentrates on contract investment and backs a diverse array of Spanish companies with investment tactics that are specific to their needs. Summa Capital is acknowledged as a top manager in prudent investment, boasting a 20-year dedication to collective economic development and salutary, long-term repercussions on society and the surroundings. The firm operates with three main investment strategies: SC Growth, SC Infra, and SC Venture.
Investment focus on the sector of hydrogen
The organization has recently broadened its European operations by opening a new office situated in Paris. This expansion is a component of their development strategy, which is in line with their third sustainable infrastructure fund, the Climate Impact Fund III, initiated in 2022. This fund is categorized as an Article 9 or “Dark Green” Fund under the Sustainable Financial Disclosure Regulation, representing the highest level of sustainable investment.
Moreover, BBVA, a prominent environmental, social, and governance financial institution, has partnered up with Suma Capital to invest €300 million in their SC Climate Impact Fund III. The fund concentrates on energy transition, circular economy, and waste management for energy production, with a special focus on biogas and biomethane. BBVA’s investment in this fund is in line with other European institutional investors and family offices in Spain. The majority of the investment commitments are expected to be in Spain (50-70% of total commitments), with the rest distributed throughout Europe – primarily in France, Germany, Italy, and the UK.
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