List of 3 renewable energy investors from Singapore

List of 3 renewable energy investors from Singapore

This article is based on our list of the largest renewable energy investors in Asia which contains general contact details, company details as well as information about the investor type and their asset focus. The list also holds personal contact information.

Although Singapore is a small player in terms of area (Singapore is the smallest country in Southeast Asia in terms of land area), the city-state is nevertheless at the forefront of up taking renewable energy. Accordingly, Singapore is also very active in investing in promising renewable energies. In the following article we present 3 investors based in Singapore who invest in renewable energies.

1. Berkeley Energy – Renewable energy investor with headquarters in Singapore

Berkeley Energy was founded in 2007 and while their headquarters is in Singapore, the company also has offices in London, Nairobi, Mauritius, Delhi, and Manil. With a diverse background and involvement in construction, development and investment, Berkeley Energy has a vast experience in the renewable energy industry. Since their founding, the investor was involved in over 30 renewable energy projects in 9 different markets.

2. Vena Energy – Solar and wind energy investor from Singapore

Vena Energy is a company you can’t get around when looking for renewable energy companies in the Asia-Pacific region. Vena not only owns and develops projects, but also constructs, operates, manages and commercializes renewable energy projects. Altogether, their portfolio holds 16 GW with a diversity of different assets such as solar, (onshore and offshore) wind, battery storage as well as different hybrid projects.

3. Sembcorp – Singapore renewable energy investor

Sembcorp aims to be the leading pan-Asian provider of sustainable solutions with a focus on Conventional Energy, Integrated Urban Solutions and Renewable Energy. Here the Singapore-based company focuses on Wind, Solar and Energy Storage projects. Starting with the first wind power acquisition in China in 2012, the renewable energy investor now holds a portfolio of over 5.4GW of installed capacity including renewable energy projects in Singapore, Vietnam, China, India and the UK.

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