According to the Bank’s website, E3 Low Carbon Economy Fund I is an investment fund that aims to invest in low carbon decentralized and smart services in Africa. The Fund is formally managed by Lion's Head Global Partners and advised by E3 Capital. FMO has participated in the Fund's first close alongside KFW, Swedfund and Proparco. The Fund is a successor to Energy Access Ventures Fund, to which FMO is a limited partner.
E3 focusses on investing in early-stage companies with high growth potential and an innovative character. Their target companies should have the potential to generate significant economic returns, as well as improve access to basic needs (like energy) or the environmental sustainability of African economies.
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