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The acquisition from Macquarie comes roughly 10 years after MEIF2 paid €1.4bn to gain control of the German metering company.
The asset manager is selling its Asian Infrastructure & Related Resources Opportunity platform to emerging markets specialist The Rohatyn Group for an undisclosed amount.
The two companies have agreed to pay $1.2bn for ADT Caps, South Korea’s second-largest security services provider.
First-round bids for the Luxembourg-based utility are expected towards the end of next month.
Co-investments alongside Actis and Equis Funds Group in Asian renewables have generated returns of more than 100% for the Danish pension fund.
The emerging markets-focused fund manager is selling Ostro Energy to CPPIB-backed ReNew Power for $1.5bn.
The French firm is acquiring the interest from John Laing for £230m, making it its first direct infra investment in the UK.
The sale of Oslofjord Varme to a consortium also including Infranode represents the first realisation from iCON’s €500m second fund.
The industrial conglomerate is also planning to sell a number of ‘peripheral utilities assets’ for $380m, while looking to nearly double its renewables portfolio worldwide to 4GW by 2022.
The potential sale comes after the public transport operator negotiated new contracts with Auckland and Wellington worth a combined $954m.
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