Taaleri Energia has a strong track record in renewable energy funds.

Taaleri Wind Power I, II and III funds (2011, 2014 and 2016)

The Taaleri Wind Power I, II and III funds invested in the development and construction of 12 wind farms in Finland, all of which are now operational, with 110 turbines and a total generating capacity of 312 MW producing around 1% of Finland’s electricity.


Taaleri SolarWind I fund (2017)

The Taaleri SolarWind I fund invested in wind and solar investments internationally. The fund has made four investments;

Cibuk wind farm, Serbia

158 MW, 57 turbine wind farm in Serbia, the largest wind farm in the country (press release)

Baynouna solar project, Jordan

248 MWp solar power plant in Jordan, the largest solar plant in the country (press release)

Slageryd wind farm, Sweden

23.4 MW wind farm in Vetlanda, southern Sweden (press release)

Målajord wind farm, Sweden

14.4 MW wind farm in Växjö, southern Sweden (press release)

Taaleri SolarWind II fund (2019)

We are currently investing the Taaleri SolarWind II fund. The fund will invest in a diversified portfolio of predominantly ready-to-build assets in Europe (c.80%) and in the US (c.20%). It is estimated that the Taaleri SolarWind II fund will finance approximately 850 MW of renewable energy capacity, which will offset over 1 million tonnes of CO2 annually throughout the 25+ year lifetime of the assets.

The fund’s investors include the European Investment Bank, Ilmarinen Mutual Pension Insurance Company, Varma Mutual Pension Insurance Company, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Obligo Global Infrastuktur II Fund, the Nordic Environment Finance Corporation, the Finnish Church Pension Fund, Taaleri Group, the Taaleri Energia team and a wide range of pension funds, foundations, endowments and family offices.

The Taaleri SolarWind II fund has made ten investments to date;

Oltava wind farm, Finland

91 MW, 19 turbine wind farm in Finland (press release)

Haram wind farm, Norway

34 MW, 8 turbine wind farm in Norway (press release)

Escalade wind farm, USA

336 MW, 65 turbine wind farm in USA (press release)

Mlawa and Grajewo wind farms, Poland

51.4 MW, 24 turbine wind farm in Poland (press release)

Isoneva wind farm, Finland 

126 MW, 21 turbine wind farm in Finland (press release)

Murtotuuli wind farm, Finland

126 MW, 21 turbine wind farm in Finland (press release)

Niebla solar plant, Spain

50 MWp solar PV plant in Spain (press release)

Anykščiai wind farm, Lithuania

49,5 MW, 9 turbine wind farm in Lithuania (press release)

Jonava wind farm, Lithuania

70 MW, 13 turbine wind farm in Lithuania (press release)

Rokiškis wind farm, Lithuania

66 MW, 12 turbine wind farm in Lithuania (press release)


SolarWind II and SolarWind II CEE funds (together the Fund) have a sustainable investment objective. 

The investment strategy of the Fund is to target control investments in utility-scale greenfield (i.e. construction) and brownfield (i.e. operational) renewable energy projects. The focus of the Fund’s investment strategy is onshore wind farms and photovoltaic (PV) solar parks. The planned asset allocation of the Fund is 100% in renewable energy assets. The Fund contributes to a sustainable investment objective by the construction and production of renewable energy; therefore, contributing to a significant CO2 emission offset. 

The sustainability indicators that are considered in order to measure the attainment of the sustainable investment objective of the Fund is the amount of renewable energy capacity (MW) in the portfolio, renewable energy produced (MWh) and the estimated emissions offset (CO2e). The Manager calculates the emissions offset (CO2e) of its investments with EIB’s methodology. Gaia Consulting Oy has audited the Manager’s methodology and calculations. 

Taaleri Energia considers sustainable impacts and risks in its investment activities throughout the life cycle of the investments. Any materialised sustainability risk can have low to significant impact on an investment and/or the Fund. 

Taaleri Energia further considers environmental, social and governance (ESG) impacts, including sustainability risks, in its due diligence prior to an investment decision and findings are included in the summary provided for the investment committee approval. The investment committee considers the significant impacts of the investment when approving a potential investment. After the investment decision the ESG impacts, including sustainability risks, are monitored as deemed necessary as part of the asset and risk management of the investment. Risks, including sustainability risks, are further assessed, mitigated and monitored in accordance with our risk management processes.