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Danish fund eyes Taiwan in $2 bn Asia green energy push

Investment targets island and its 'ambitious' renewable plans

A wind farm in Japan: Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners is now looking to invest billions of dollars in renewable energy in Asia. (Photo by Ken Kobayashi)

TOKYO -- A Danish fund manager is eyeing billions of dollars of green investment into Asia as it focuses on the region for a new renewable energy fund.

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners say it already has 4 billion euros ($4.7 billion) of commitments for its Copenhagen Infrastructure IV fund and expects to reach its target of 5.5 billion euros by the end of December, in what it claims would be the world's largest renewable energy fund.

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