Renewable Energy
for Institutional Investors

Mergers & Acquisitions

Exit scenarions and independent sales advisory

re:cap global investors advises you on the sale of your solar and wind farms:
  • We develop appropriate exit strategies: sale, modernisation, expansion or repowering.
  • We also support institutional Investors in the sales process of renewable energy assets.
  • We have an excellent network in the market.
M&A advisory services from re:cap

Asset Management

Reporting, controlling and profit optimisation

re:cap global investors offers operational management services for wind and solar parks.

  • We commission and oversee service and maintenance activities, take over commercial management and monitor the energy output.
  • We generate day-by-day reports on the total yield, risks and the rate of return of the assets.

  • We ensure excellent performance and trouble-free operation of the assets and make technical adjustments as and when advisable.
Asset Management advisory services from re:cap

Zug, 25 September 2018

FP Lux Investments has susccessfully purchased a 45MW Windfarm in Sweden and expands it's portfolio in the Nordics.

re:cap global investors ag has entered an agreement with Arise AB in purchasing 11 Siemens DD 142, 4.1 MW turbines. Construction of the Project will begin immediately and commissioning is expected late 2019.
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Zug, 18 June 2018

FP Lux Investments purchases nine wind turbines in Finland

Luxembourg special fund FP Lux Investments is further expanding its wind power portfolio. With the purchase of the Ratiperä wind farm in southwestern Finland, the portfolio of the Wind Infrastructure I sub-fund has grown to 19 wind farms with 94 turbines and an installed capacity of 269 megawatts. Of this, a volume of 194 megawatts was acquired in Germany, 31 megawatts in France and 44 megawatts in Finland.
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Zug, 15. November 2017

Über die Auswirkungen der neuen Förderbedingungen für die Windenergie

Wir erwarten, dass es auf dem deutschen Windmarkt sowohl in diesem als auch im ersten Halbjahr des kommenden Jahres einen wirklich guten Zubau geben wird. Bei diesen Projekten, die eine Genehmigung nach dem alten EEG bis Ende 2016 erhalten haben, sind durchaus gute Renditen zu erwarten. Was danach kommt, ist derzeit wirklich offen.
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Thomas Seibel

CEO
„Investments in renewable energy assets provide stable and predictable cash flows and are perfectly suitable for the diversification of a portfolio of institutional investors.”
Signatur Thomas Seibel

Contact

Phone

+41 41 7250 470

email

info@re-cap.ch

1.0 bn €

Transaction Volume

564 MW

under Management

1.153 €

per Share FP Lux Solar

1.127 €

per Share FP Lux Wind

Solar Infrastructure I

The Solar Infrastructure I is a sub-fund of FP Lux Investments S.A. SICAV-SIF. Regulated by the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) and established with a transparent investment structure, the fund meets the conservative requirements of institutional investors. It invests solely in German solar parks and has a total installed capacity of 285 megawatts. Since 2012, the fund has distributed a steady annual dividend averaging 6 per cent.   

(For further information please refer to „Datenschutz & Impressum“)

Wind Infrastructure I

The Wind Infrastructure I is the second sub-fund of the FP Lux special fund and the ideal complement to the solar fund. It was one of the first funds tailored to the requirements of professional investors for a conservative, low-risk investment. At present, roughly 70 per cent of its capital is invested in German onshore windfarms. About 279 megawatts of capacity are in operation and already generating cash flows. 

(For further information please refer to „Datenschutz & Impressum“)

The Wind Infrastructure I is still open for new investors
It is exclusively marketed in Germany by First Private Investment Management KAG mbH, Frankfurt/Main.

Richard Zellmann

CFA
Managing Director Sales & Marketing
First Private Investment Management