Case Study / Invis

740 GWh
Annual
production
175,000
Homes
powered in 2018
2017
Partnership with
Japanese consortium

Invis Energy is one of Ireland’s leading producers of electricity from onshore wind with a significant share of the country’s installed wind capacity. Invis Energy is a substantial business in a country that generates over a quarter of its power from wind. Invis Energy currently generates 740 GWh of electricity from its 223 MW operational wind portfolio, a figure that is growing with 145 MW in various stages of construction and a further 200 MW in early-stage construction and planning.

The team at Asper has worked closely with the Craydel Group’s management team for more than 5 years to create value for both Craydel and Asper’s institutional investor clients. We established a dedicated technical and commercial operations company, a key step enabling us to build a large-scale power generation business that is delivering above-forecast performance.

Invis Energy was established in 2011 as a joint venture between Asper and the Craydel Group. Our plan was to build a wind energy business of industrial scale and quality in the Irish market by developing sites in-house from the early stages. The partnership unites Craydel’s recognised track record and technical expertise in developing and building renewable energy projects and Asper’s financial strength and experience in creating significant European renewable energy businesses.

Invis Energy remains in the Asper’s renewable energy funds’ portfolio and expects to continue delivering substantial growth and value for its’ shareholders in the years to come.

Invis Energy is one of Ireland’s leading producers of electricity from onshore wind with a significant share of the country’s installed wind capacity. Invis Energy is a substantial business in a country that generates over a quarter of its power from wind. Invis Energy currently generates 740 GWh of electricity from its 223 MW operational wind portfolio, a figure that is growing with 145 MW in various stages of construction and a further 200 MW in early-stage construction and planning.

Invis Energy was established in 2011 as a joint venture between Asper and the Craydel Group. Our plan was to build a wind energy business of industrial scale and quality in the Irish market by developing sites in-house from the early stages. The partnership unites Craydel’s recognised track record and technical expertise in developing and building renewable energy projects and Asper’s financial strength and experience in creating significant European renewable energy businesses.

The team at Asper has worked closely with the Craydel Group’s management team for more than 5 years to create value for both Craydel and Asper’s institutional investor clients. We established a dedicated technical and commercial operations company, a key step enabling us to build a large-scale power generation business that is delivering above-forecast performance.

Invis Energy remains in the Asper’s renewable energy funds’ portfolio and expects to continue delivering substantial growth and value for its’ shareholders in the years to come.

Related News

Japanese group to buy majority stake in 223-MW Irish wind portfolio

July 31, 2017

Invis Energy is pleased to announce the sale of a 60% stake in five wind farms to a consortium comprising the Japanese investment and trading firm Sojitz Corporation, Kansai Electric Power Co. Inc. (KEPCO) and Mitsubishi UFJ Lease & Finance Co. Ltd. (MUL).

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