EISER appointed as Fund Management Advisers
EISER Infrastructure Partners LLP (EISER) supported by Camco Clean Energy plc (Camco) were appointed as Fund Management Advisers in July 2014 after an international competitive tender. Together they offer investment analysis and initial screening of investment opportunities for the GAP Board.
EISER also co-ordinate any due diligence required and present their findings to the Investment Committee of GAP. An incentive structure has been designed to ensure that the remuneration of EISER & Camco is aligned with the PIDG Members' development priorities as well as delivering financial returns.
EISER Infrastructure Partners LLP
EISER is an independent infrastructure fund manager that combines deep infrastructure experience with strong financial expertise. EISER invests in quality infrastructure assets in the energy (including renewables), transport and environmental sectors. EISER has assets under management of greater than €3.5 billion globally, managed both through fund and co-investment structures.
EISER makes equity investments in and provides subordinated loans and contingent lines of credit to companies and projects in the infrastructure sector. EISER's broad knowledge and extensive relationships in the sector are instrumental in its ability to originate transactions, conduct cost effective and informed due diligence, structure bankable investments and manage assets. EISER is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Camco Clean Energy plc
Camco Clean Energy plc (AIM: CCE) is a clean energy development company which combines technical and commercial expertise to finance, develop, and operate renewable energy projects and storage technology.
With 25 years of experience and an outstanding track record throughout Asia, North America, Africa and Europe, Camco works with local developers, governments, development banks, and private investors to implement clean energy projects, policies, and technologies and reduce emissions.
In the last year, Camco has developed utility scale biogas plants in the US, managed the funding of a number of smaller scale solar and biogas projects in Africa, and brought an advanced energy storage technology to market (REDTenergy).