This project finances Schulze Global's Cacusus Clean Energy I Fund which plans to invest in approximately 10 small and medium-sized run-of-river hydropower plants in Georgia that each have an installed capacity of between approximately 10 MW and 20 MW, both operational and greenfield projects.
Schulze Global has established Caucasus Clean Energy I (CCEF) for the purpose of investing in a diversified portfolio of small and medium-sized hydropower plants in the country of Georgia. CCEF is managed by Schulze Georgia Global, backed by Schulze Global Investments. The sponsor, based in Singapore, has USD200m Assets Under Management and additional offices in Ethiopia, Mongolia and Georgia, among others. FMO previously invested in the Schulze Ethiopia Growth and Transformation Fund.
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