In this section you will find summary data about the Group's organization and reference investors. For more detailed information, please contact us.
Name: NovEnergia II Energy & Environment (SCA) SICAR
Type: Société d'Investissement en capital a risque (SICAR)
Legal Structure: Société en commandite par actions (SCA)
Incorporation: February 1st, 2007 in Luxembourg
Term of Balanced Fund: March 7th 2017 + 2 years
Investments Stategy: Renewable energy and environment projects
Geographical Focus: OECD countries
Size – Balanced Fund: Presently around EUR 620 million
Advisor: BIZ Valor S.A., Portugal
Depository and Administration Agent: CACEIS Bank Luxembourg
Management: NovEnergia General Partner SA, Luxembourg
Investor Committee: 2 – 3 meetings per year (all investors above 10M + 1 < 10M representative)
Co-Investment Rights: Held by investors with commitments > 30M
Since its founding, Novenergia II’s Board of Directors opted to invest in Portfolio Companies associated with the development of power projects in various EU countries.
Portfolio companies are created for each project under the supervision of sub holding companies, specially created in every country or sub region and controlled by the Fund.
The top governance of these holding companies is directly carried out by members of its Board of Directors, thus conveying the Board's policies to be applied in the different geographic areas.
To support its Green Field project developments, Novenergia II holds a services company that provides specialized technical support through highly experience experts in different project types.
Novenergia II's Investors are, for the most part, financial entities looking for long-term investments with high levels of profitability and limited risk.
At the beginning of 2011, the capital invested in the fund by key actors of the Portuguese and European financing sectors exceeded 300 million.
The main investors in NovEnergia II are Pension and Investment Funds, Philanthropic Foundations, Portuguese Financial Groups together with other private investors from Portugal, France and Italy.