North Sky’s Four Sustainable Infrastructure Investment Exits Spotlighted in ImpactAlpha
Minneapolis, MN – ImpactAlpha recently spotlighted North Sky’s sustainable infrastructure strategy with its sale of four infrastructure investments in a very active 2021.
These four exits within North Sky’s first and second infrastructure funds included a utility-scale solar field, a commercial rooftop project and other renewable energy assets that together created nearly 1GW of clean energy generating capacity. ImpactAlpha also mentioned the 2021 yearend close of North Sky’s third infrastructure fund that is specifically dedicated to sustainable projects in low-income communities.
North Sky’s Managing Director Adam Bernstein spoke to the strength of the sustainable infrastructure market and the influence from key investors that is driving demand.
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About North Sky
North Sky Capital is a pioneer in impact investing in the United States. Now in its 22nd year, North Sky has deployed more than $1.1 billion across more than 125 impact investments on behalf of its ten impact funds. The Firm’s active investment strategies focus on impact private equity (secondary strategy) and sustainable infrastructure (direct strategy) that support positive environmental and social change and can deliver strong financial returns. Since 2010, North Sky’s sustainable infrastructure funds have deployed approximately $635 million in 33 middle market infrastructure investments across the clean energy, waste and water sectors in North America. Based in Minneapolis with additional offices in Boston and New York, North Sky is one of the most active impact investment managers. For more information, visit northskycapital.com.