Asia Greentech Fund
Investing in a green an sustainable future
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Asia Greentech Fund
Investing in a green an sustainable future
Welcome to Asia Greentech Fund
Invest in green energy and green technology in Asia in response to climate change and create ample return to investors
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FIELDSWE INVEST IN

Renewable energy

with focus on solar, hydro, biomass projects that have applications in Asia

Waste & waste water

with focus on technologies on planning and design, engineering and construction in Asia

Renewable and recycle materials

with focus on recyclable, biodegradable, compostable and renewable materials with application in Asia

Agritech Project

with focus on agricultural innovations and technologies with applications in Asia

Renewable energy

Waste & waste water

Renewable and recycle materials

Waste Energy
Project

ABOUTUS

Investing in green energy and green technology in Asia in response to climate change. 
Our core members have vast investment management and M&A experiences as well as extensive experience in executing large projects in the region. Moreover, the Fund works closely with governments and agencies in many countries.

Investment Theme and Opportunities

Strong Market Demand :Global energy consumption will more than double from 1990 through 2040. The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)’s REmap expects share of renewables in the world’s energy mix double from 18% to 36% by 2030.
Rising usage of clean energy is expected to be seen in developing countries, where population and economic is undergoing rapid growth, even a sizable proportion of the population do not have access to electricity.
ASEAN has great potential to supply renewable energy such as hydro, geothermal and biomass. Hydro power generation will expand 2.2-fold by 2040, accounting for about 60% of renewable energy power generation growth in the region. Biomass for power generation and liquid biofuels for automobiles will also spread.

M&A Opportunities:Cleaner and greener – Asia-Pacific’s shifting power mix to renewables, with likely focus from Asia-based as well as international investors, in acquiring both operating (disposal from international players as focusing on core business) and greenfield project opportunities.

Government Policies:Governments’ focus on renewable energy is driven not only by energy security and diversification considerations, but also based on environmental considerations, global commitments, and strong sector appetite for green projects-In Paris Climate Summit, governments have made strong commitment to decarbonize and ensure clean energy excess.

Clean Technologies:The last ten years saw a dramatic drop in the prices of renewable energy projects as technologies, experience and scale increased. Renewables are competing head-to-head with fossils to produce the lowest-cost electricity. Opportunities in investing clean technologies with Asian applications is on the rise.
In developing countries, energy sources such as wind, solar and biomass can support decentralized, mini-grid and off-grid solutions.

Belt and Road Initiative:Power sector is a core focus of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (over 40% of total number of projects).
Industry players are potential partners contributing capitals, EPC works, technological capabilities and products.

Strong Market Demand :Global energy consumption will more than double from 1990 through 2040. The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)’s REmap expects share of renewables in the world’s energy mix double from 18% to 36% by 2030.
Rising usage of clean energy is expected to be seen in developing countries, where population and economic is undergoing rapid growth, even a sizable proportion of the population do not have access to electricity.
ASEAN has great potential to supply renewable energy such as hydro, geothermal and biomass. Hydro power generation will expand 2.2-fold by 2040, accounting for about 60% of renewable energy power generation growth in the region. Biomass for power generation and liquid biofuels for automobiles will also spread.

M&A Opportunities:Cleaner and greener – Asia-Pacific’s shifting power mix to renewables, with likely focus from Asia-based as well as international investors, in acquiring both operating (disposal from international players as focusing on core business) and greenfield project opportunities.

Government Policies:Governments’ focus on renewable energy is driven not only by energy security and diversification considerations, but also based on environmental considerations, global commitments, and strong sector appetite for green projects
-In Paris Climate Summit, governments have made strong commitment to decarbonize and ensure clean energy excess.

Clean Technologies:The last ten years saw a dramatic drop in the prices of renewable energy projects as technologies, experience and scale increased. Renewables are competing head-to-head with fossils to produce the lowest-cost electricity. Opportunities in investing clean technologies with Asian applications is on the rise.
In developing countries, energy sources such as wind, solar and biomass can support decentralized, mini-grid and off-grid solutions.

Belt and Road Initiative:Power sector is a core focus of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (over 40% of total number of projects).
Industry players are potential partners contributing capitals, EPC works, technological capabilities and products.

General Partner

  • Members with vast investment management and M&A experience
  • Work closely with governments and agencies in many countries
  • Extensive experience in executing large projects in the region

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