This article directly stems from the research process for our global private equity investors database. Based on this list and our advanced keyword crawler technology, we created a list of private equity investors that mention renewables-related keywords on their website. The list – offered as an Excel file – is perfectly suited to get in touch with the most relevant investors in the field.
In recent years, Spain has undertaken a strategy of far-reaching reforms and ambitious targets to lead the EU’s green transformation.
In this article, we are introducing three interesting renewables-focused private equity funds from our keyword crawler-based renewables private equity investors list.
1. Everwood Capital (Madrid)
The Madrid-based private equity firm Everwood Capital, manages assets worth 800+ Million €. Everwood has successfully created and managed four Investment Funds with a renewable energy investment strategy since 2015. Three of them were sold in 2019 resulting in a significant profit for their investors. Everwood Capital’s Fund IV invests in the development of unsubsidized photovoltaic projects throughout Southern Europe, including the support of the Spanish government in the form of their ICO Fund.
2. SI Capital Private Equity (Barcelona)
SI Capital is a 2004-founded Barcelona-based private equity firm. The company mainly invests in European businesses in the fields of energy efficiency including industrial, buildings, transport, consumer, heat & power networks, distributed generation, and renewable energy. Regarding their focus on renewables, SI Capital invests globally in businesses such as Enerstar, a Chile-based company with expertise in CSP technology.
3. Inveready (Barcelona)
Inveready, a Barcelona-based private equity firm, is considered a leading asset manager in Spain. Currently, the company manages 1 Billion € worth of assets. Just in March 2023, the Spanish company invested an additional 4 Million € in Enerside to boost its expansion in Italy. Enerside is a photovoltaic solar energy firm with a high industrial profile and geographical diversification.
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