List of 3 renewables private equity funds from London [2023]

List of 3 renewables private equity funds from London [2023]

This post is a direct outcome of our research for our global private equity investors database. We produced a list of private equity investors who reference renewables-related terms on their website using the mentioned database and our keyword crawler. The list, which is available as an Excel file, is suited for contacting the most relevant investors in the sector in question.

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According to The Independent, researchers discovered that solar, wind, biomass, and hydropower generated 40% of the UK’s electricity in 2022, a 5% rise from 2021.
In this article, we are introducing three interesting renewables-focused private equity funds from our keyword crawler-based renewables private equity investors list.

1. MML Capital Partners (London)

MML Capital Partners is a London-based private equity company, investing all over the world. Currently, the firm is invested with its funds in 150 businesses in 35 countries and manages 2 Billion € worth of assets. Speaking of their Value-Added Infrastructure Funds, MML focuses on mid-market companies that develop socially required and sustainable infrastructure. Including the important niche of energy transition and electrification, driven by renewables and increased electricity use, the mentioned fund supports companies in achieving their visions.

2. ARCH Emerging Markets Partners Limited (London)

ARCH is a manager-owned private equity firm. The company provides investment advice for two emerging market-focused strategies: Renewable Energy and Logistics / Cold Chain Solutions Platforms, as well as a worldwide strategy (Sustainable Natural Resources). As ARCH was formed by JCH and Partners LLP and African Rainbow Capital the company completed many investments in African businesses. CrossBoundary Energy, included in the portfolio, is a leading developer of commercial and industrial renewable energy systems in Africa. CrossBoundary Energy partnered up with many known companies, such as Unilever, Diageo, Rio Tinto, and Heineken.

3. Intermediate Capital Group (London)

Existing for over 30 years, the Intermediate Capital Group currently manages 82 Billion $ worth of assets. The market of businesses of renewable energies has a high importance for the investment firm, which is clearly recognizable by their strategic actions. Such as at the end of 2022, ICG announced the formation of a team to invest in Asia-Pacific sustainable infrastructure equities, with a focus on mid-market transactions and expanding platforms.


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