New Zealand Super Fund commits $144m to Copenhagen Infrastructure’s energy vehicle

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New Zealand Superannuation Fund (NZ Super Fund), the country’s NZ$58 billion ($40 billion) sovereign wealth fund, has committed up to €125 million ($144 million) into the latest sustainable energy-focused vehicle of Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP).

CIP, a Danish renewable energy-focused fund manager, seeks to raise €2.25 billion for Energy Transition Fund, which is focused on developing industrial-scale sustainable energy infrastructure, known broadly as Power-to-X.

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