After two years in marketing and several high-profile departures, European private equity firm Terra Firma has downsized its renewable energy infrastructure fund from $2 billion to $500 million, investment documents from one of the fund’s limited partners reveal.
The downsizing will also affect its targeted internal rate of return (IRR), which is now decreasing from 15 to 10 percent, the documents show. The fund will still focus on brownfield and construction-ready assets in the OECD, although the decreased IRR makes it unclear whether it will continue to pursue its original strategy of targeting assets needing significant operational and/or financial improvements.
The news was first reported by Low Carbon Energy Investor, Infrastructure Investor's sister website covering energy transition markets. You can read the rest of the story by following this link.