List of the 75 largest renewable energy investors in Asia
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Get access to our list of the most important Asian renewable energy investors (like Risen Energy, Eurus Energy, etc.) as an excel file for 100€ per year. Investors are owners of renewable assets like solar parks and wind farms, which are potentially interested in acquiring new assets. The list includes all Asian investors from our map and further information (like executives’ names, contact details, etc.). The yearly subscription includes updates and additional entries, sent out several times per year via email. The subscription can be canceled at any time here – no questions asked.
Last update: 25th January, 2022
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Research for our directory of Asian renewable energy investors
The list of Asian renewable energy investors underlies an ongoing research process: our team screens transactions, analyzes new projects, and cooperates with various investors and project developers in the renewables industry. Through our state-of-the-art crawler technology, the list is updated and extended multiple times per year. All entries that are included in the list can also be retrieved through our online database. In case we missed an important investor, please submit it here.
Finding the right investors for renewable energy projects in Asia
A popular use case of our list is the identification of relevant investors for solar / PV and wind parks in Asia. The handy list – delivered as an excel file – can be filtered according to your criteria. For instance, with just a few clicks you can identify all PV park investors that are active in Asia. Or: all offshore wind park investors that have their headquarters in Singapore. We screen every news report regarding transactions of renewable assets. Hence, our excel list gives a unique overview of renewable investors.
Different types of green energy investors covered
Our list mainly includes four different types of renewable energy investors: asset- and investment-managers, utilities, independent power producers and family offices. Asset managers are investing in the name of institutional investors and managing a renewables portfolio for their funds. That includes operating the portfolio, selling the energy through PPAs and on the free market, and acquiring new assets. Same goes for independet power producers, with the difference that they use/provide their own energy. Utilities are acquiring – and in some cases building on their own – renewable assets to ensure CO2-neutral and cheap energy supply for their customers. Family offices – the investment firms of high net worth families – recently started to invest in renewables and also to acquire wind and solar parks.
Included columns in our renewable energy investor list
- Company Name
- Legal form
- Stock listed
- Ticker symbol
- Onshore Wind
- Offshore Wind
- Hydrogen projects
- Energy storage
- Asset/ Investmentmanager
- Independent Power Producer (IPP)
- Regional Focus
- Founding year
- Installed capacity in MW
Included countries in our renewable energy investor list
- United Arab Emirates
List of 10 renewable energy investors in Asia
Asian companies and corporations are among the most important and largest firms in the renewable energy industry. In addition, the demand for electricity is increasing, as in all parts of the world, in the many industrialized as well as emerging countries found there. Accordingly, the renewable energy industry is a highly interesting sector for investors from all over the world. Asian investors are not only on the move in their home countries, but are increasingly shaping the development and rise of ‘green energy’ worldwide. In the following, we introduce 10 Asian renewable energy investors:
1. Adani Green Energy Limited (India, Gujarat)
Adani Green Energy Limited is a renewable energy company based in Gujarat, India. The company has a project portfolio of nearly 14,000 MW capacity and therefore is one of the largest renewable energy companies in India. While focusing on solar and wind energy, Adani is active all over the value chain and does not only own the projects but also develops and builds them, as well as operating and maintaining the utility-scale projects.
2. Berkely Energy (Singapore, Singapore)
Berkely Energy is one of many renewable energy companies in Singapore. Since their founding in 2007 the company now has offices in London, Singapore, Nairobi, Mauritius, Delhi, and Manila. With its team of experts from a wide variety of sectors/areas in the renewable energy industry, Berkely Energy is engaged from power engineering to construction as well as investment in renewable power projects, mainly in developing markets.
3. Eurus Energy Group (Tokyo, Japan)
Eurus Energy Group is a globally active renewable energy company mainly focusing on solar and wind projects. The company was established as early as 1987 and since then has become one of the most relevant wind and solar energy players. The company headquarterd in Tokyo, Japan has projects in 5 continents and has a portfolio of over 3,000 MW of installed and operating capacity, mainly wind power.
4. Japan Renewable Energy Corporation (Tokyo, Japan)
The Japan Renewable Energy Corporation is – as the name already suggests – also a Japan-based renewable energy company with their headquarter in Tokyo. Founded in 2012 the Corporation has a diverse focus on renewable energy assets and is involved in the solar and (onshore as well as offshore) wind business but also concerning biomass and (small) hydro energy plants. Their geographical focus lies in Japan.
5. Risen Energy Co., Ltd. (Ningbo, China)
Risen Energy Co., Ltd. is not only know as a solar module manufacturer/technology provider, is active as an operation service provider but also is an important investor in China. As a company that is more involved in every step of the WE value chain than almost any other, Risen Energy brings a high level of expertise and knowledge to the table. The globally active company was founded in 1986.
6. SUN Energy (Jakarta, Indonesia)
SUN Energy offers integrated solar energy solutions and is based in Jakarta, Indonesia. With 80 contracted projects and over 40 completed projects, the company has worked together with industry giants such as Shell. Moreover, SUN Energy, which was founded in 2016, is one of the leading solar energy experts in Indonesia.
7. Sunseap (Singapore, Singapore)
Sunseap is bound to be listed – with over 2000 MW of solar projects in Asia and operations in 9 countries Sunseap is one of the biggest players in the market, not only in their homecountry Singapore, but worldwide. As the name already suggests the company founded in 2011 is focusing on photovoltaic/solar energy.
8. TotalEnergies (Singapore, Singapore)
TotalEnergies is also one of the most relevant renewable energy players globally. The company belongs to the French petroleum group Total, but the Asian branch listed here is primarily focused on solar energy. Overall, the company has projects leading to 11 GW of installed energy and with 750 MW one of the largest singular solar projects. In addition to their solar focus, TotalEnergies is also invested in wind, hydro-electric and bio-methane power development projects.
9. VinaCapital (Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam)
VinaCapital is a renewable energy company based in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam. With 3.9 Billion USD in Assets under Management the asset-manager is one of Vietnam’s leading investment management companies. Since their founding in 2003 now has a variety of different funds and is also investing in various renewable energy projects.
10. Mitsubishi HC Capital Inc. (Tokyo, Japan)
Mitsubishi HC Capital Inc. is a name you can’t get around when searching for renewable energy investors in Japan. The Tokyo-based company is active all over the renewable energy business and has – among other projects – invested in solar projects and biomass projects. The company is also stock-listed and can be found through the stock-ticker TYO: 8593.