An experienced team with a laser-focused approach to investing

A widely recognised team of experts

Since 2004 we executed 61 private transactions, building and actively managing 73 power and heating plants with a total investment value of €2bn

Serving Financial Institutions

Our clients are major pension funds and other high-standing institutions, seeking to invest in sustainable real assets. We provide them with superior fund management, strategic investment and specialist advisory services.

With a proven approach to investing

We don’t just invest in assets: we build long-lasting, large scale businesses around them, which we call platforms. Through these we unlock economies of scale, attract better management and ensure optimal operational performance.

70 years

Investing
Experience

€850m

Under
Management

73

Individual
Power Plants

30

Institutional
Investors

Asper In The News

Asper powers ahead on Irish Wind

London-based Asper Investment Management and the Craydel Group announced that financial close of a 35MW onshore wind farm in county Galway took place earlier this week. The project is the 6th wind farm financed together in Ireland by the Invis Energy partners. The Galway project will see the installation of 11 Siemens 3.2MW turbines, generating…

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Asper Investment Management bolsters its team

London-based Asper Investment Management (Asper), the spin-out of HgCapital’s renewable energy infrastructure business which completed last December, has announced three new hires into its London-based team. Asper brings in Alejandro Algora as Portfolio Manager. Alejandro was previously part of the Asset Planning & Analysis team at Diamond Generating Europe, the power holding subsidiary of Mitsubishi…

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Decarbonising Europe: time to turn up the heat!

By Olivier Delpon de Vaux, Director at Asper Investment Management       Decarbonising the heat sector is imperative to meeting carbon emissions reduction objectives across Europe. However, progress so far has been sluggish in most European countries. Sweden is an exception with 80% of its heat coming from locally sourced and abundant biomass. It…

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