Berkeley Renewable Energy Asia Fund II (“REAF II” or the “Fund”) is a 10-year private equity (“PE”) fund which aims to raise $250 million commitments to be invested in renewable energy projects in emerging markets in South and Southeast Asia. REAF II will make equity investments into development stage renewable energy projects and project developers, mature these investments into operation and generate enhanced returns through successful exits either on an individual asset basis or as a portfolio or collection of portfolios. The Fund will be managed by Berkeley Energy (“Berkeley” or the “Manager”), an independent fund manager established in 2007 that has been focusing on investment opportunities in renewable energy in emerging markets.
This project finances a 10-year private equity investment in the Berkeley Renewable Energy Asia Fund II, which will be managed by Berkeley Energy, an independent fund manager established in 2007 that has been focusing on investment opportunities in renewable energy in emerging markets.
Berkeley Renewable Energy Asia Fund II is a 10-year private equity fund which aims to raise $250 million commitments to be invested in renewable energy projects in emerging markets in South and Southeast Asia.
Berkeley Energy Corp. is an independent PE fund manager established in 2007 by Mr. Tarlochan (TC) Singh Kundi and Mr. Alastair Vere Nicoll with the key objective of capitalizing in a sustainable manner on the attractive, yet relatively untapped opportunity for direct investment into renewable energy investments in emerging markets. In Asia, Berkeley’s investment team is located in Singapore, New Delhi and Manila.
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