Solar energy producer, developer, and storage operator Corsica Sole has signed a strategic agreement with Mirova. Mirova is taking a minority stake in the company and is setting up a bond financing programme for a total investment that could reach €80 million.
For the fifth consecutive year, Mirova and its 100% owned subsidiary Mirova Natural Capital have been recognized for their approach to impact in natural capital investing and made the ImpactAssets 50’s list.
Close to 150 institutional investors, representing over US$ 14 trillion in assets under management, are calling for a fair and equitable global response to the pandemic, including through fully financing the Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator, a global collaboration dedicated to accelerate development, production, and equitable access to COVID-19 tests, treatments, and vaccines. The signatories have also committed to engage with healthcare companies to promote bolder industry actions and therefore contribute to ending the pandemic.
As part of the deployment of the L’Oréal Fund for Nature Regeneration (the ‘LFNR’), the Blue Carbon facility aims to finance the feasibility studies of 7 mangrove conservation and restoration projects.
Mirova begins its fifth fundraising in energy transition infrastructure field The team is aiming for a final close above a billion euros With this new project, the team aims to expand its investment scope into new technologies for energy transition
Mirova, an affiliate of Natixis Investment Managers, announces the recent creation of a co-investment vehicle, which has attracted existing investors in its current Energy Transition fund, Mirova Eurofideme 41 (“MEF4”), as well as new clients. The vehicle was created specifically to participate, alongside Engie and Credit Agricole Assurances, in the acquisition of the second largest hydroelectric portfolio in Portugal from EDP. The deal, valued at EUR 2.2 billion, completed in late December.