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.

50 years





Energy Plants



Asper In The News

Asper closes long-term PPA with Axpo Nordic for Swedish windfarm

Asper Investment Management is pleased to announce that it has closed another long-term PPA agreement, this time with Axpo Nordic for a large-scale windfarm in Sweden. Asper is one of the most experienced investors in Nordic Power and demonstrated this experience by working with Axpo Nordic to close the PPA in less than four weeks…

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Asper announces Irish PPA

Asper Investment Management, the largest private international investor in Irish wind energy, is pleased to announce that its Invis Energy joint venture has entered into a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Amazon. This is the first subsidy-free renewable project in Ireland. The agreement will bring Amazon Web Services (AWS) closer to its commitment to use…

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Asper expands its Swedish District Heating platform

Asper Investment Management-backed Vasa Värme announced today the signing of an agreement with the Swedish municipality of Ekerö for the building and operation of a new biomass-fueled district heating system across the municipality, following a competitive tendering process. The new entity, which will be jointly owned by Vasa Värme and the municipality, will look to…

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