Renewables investor CEFC commits $50m in Charter Hall’s industrial property fund

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Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC), a clean energy investor backed by the Australian government, has made its first bet in the industrial property sector by investing $50 million in a fund managed by Charter Hall.

In a statement, CEFC said its equity investment in Charter Hall Prime Industrial Fund (CPIF), one of Australia’s largest industrial and logistics funds, allows it to use capital to help drive sustainability in the country’s industrial property sector.

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