PIDG fund appoints advisers

Issue 281 - 12 Jul 2014 | 2 minute read

The Private Infrastructure Development Group’s (PIDG) £98m ($168m) Green Africa Power (Gap) renewable energy facility has signed a five-year contract with the possibility of two one-year extensions with London-based EISER Infrastructure Partners to provide fund management advice and related services. EISER has brought on board clean energy developer Camco Energy. The pair will identify, execute and manage projects eligible to be funded by Gap as well as ensuring that the developmental and climate change objectives of the fund are met.

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