Specialist investment management, focused on sustainable real assets

A widely recognised team of experts

We executed 75 private transactions, building and actively managing more than 100 sustainable energy plants, for a total investment value in excess of €2.5bn.

Serving major Financial Institutions

Our clients are large pension funds and other major institutions, seeking to invest in sustainable real assets. We work in partnership with them on fund, coinvestment and other asset management services - always tailored to their needs.

With a proven approach to investing

We don’t just invest in assets: we build large-scale real asset businesses which we call platforms. Seeing our platforms grow, make an impact and create value is what really makes us tick.

60 years





Energy Plants


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Asper In The News

News and updates on Asper and our investments
Asper steps up Sustainability effort

On October 14th Asper launched its inaugural Sustainability Report through a webinar presentation to its investors. This is an important step for us: sustainability is at the core of all that we do, and the report allows us to fully articulate our performance and our ambition. We set out a clear vision of the firm…

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Asper expands Irish wind platform

Throughout 2020, Asper has substantially grown its Irish onshore wind platform, Invis Energy, by launching into construction three new projects and building an extension of a fourth one. As a result of this buildout program, today the platform has c.180MW of new capacity under construction which will start producing energy from December 2020 through 2021….

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Asper expands Nordic wind platform

Asper is pleased to announce that it has started construction of a new onshore wind project in its Swedish wind platform.   The 60MW Raftsjöhöjden wind farm is owned and financed by APG, manager of Dutch pension funds ABP and PPF. It is the fifth project in this Asper platform to be backed by APG, whose Swedish portfolio now comprises 494MW, with an annual expected production of 1.6TWh: enough electricity to power 320,000 Swedish homes.  The wind park is located outside Östersund in central Sweden. The project was…

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