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Biogas facility, aerial view
Co-founder Craig Reeves says the project finance biogas fund could end up raising 'significantly more' than it’s first-year target of $50m to $75m.
The Hong Kong and London headquartered firm closed its flagship vehicle on $322m at the start of 2019 and has added an executive who will aid future fund raises.
National Pension Service of Korea has been weighing up an investment in the timber sector for ‘a number of years,’ says Stafford Capital Partners managing partner Stephen Addicott.
The firm has set its sights on two funds that will invest across the UK and Northern Europe, with a further two targeting Australasia and potentially the US, says managing director Olly Hughes.
Eucaliptus trees, forestry, timberland
The asset class has seen a flurry of fund launch activity as its uncorrelated credentials and inherent sustainability chime with new and returning investors.
Plastic bag with fish, ocean pollution
Aquapak has developed a plastic product that is three times as strong as the most commonly used plastic globally, and which is soluble and does not harm the environment.
Bioenergy, biogas facility
The Prime Alternative Finance fund has a pipeline of projects worth roughly £500m and the firm is close to launching a Sharia-compliant version follow-on.
Salmon School Underwater.
Neptune brings the aquaculture experience of ex-AMERRA head of PE Thor Talseth while Stafford has been ramping up its ag credentials for the last three years – what can the duo accomplish?
Partner Nicolas Denis says covid-19 has helped erode European farmers’ skepticism of buying inputs and equipment online, which only accounts for annual sales of €150m to €200m in a €138bn market.
Greencoat Capital’s Jamie Milne walks us through the firm’s pioneering UK greenhouse which will use recycled heat from a water treatment facility to achieve optimal growing temperatures.
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