Atlas Renewable Energy was founded in 2017 by a team of executives with an exceptional track record in pioneering numerous renewable energy projects around the world, and spearheading industry trends. Initially bolstered by the support of the Actis Group, a worldwide investor in renewable energy projects (and constituting the largest investment ever made by Actis to date), Atlas became the largest independently owned renewables IPP in Latin America. Furthermore, it has been one of the fastest growing international Renewable companies in the world.
Today, Atlas Renewable Energy’s capital source and overall backing comes from Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP), a leading independent infrastructure fund manager with over $84 billion under management, with a robust renewable energy portfolio of over 19 GW of operating and construction capacity worldwide.
Since its beginnings, Atlas has uncompromisingly adhered to rigorous standards in the development, construction, and operation of large renewable energy projects. This methodology aims to ensure the highest level of excellence in the implementation of its strategy in all the regions where the company operates.
Currently, Atlas operates one of the largest fleets of solar projects in the Americas, reaching 2.3 GW of operating projects and a total of some 3.5GWs of contracted projects under development, construction and operation.
GIP is a leading independent infrastructure fund manager that makes equity and debt investments in infrastructure assets and businesses. GIP targets investments in the energy, transport, digital infrastructure, and water/waste sectors in both OECD and select emerging market countries.
GIP’s global renewables portfolio includes solar, wind, hydro, and battery storage assets representing 19 GW of operating and construction capacity, royalty interests in over 20 GW of operating renewable projects, and over 173 GW of assets under construction or in development.
Headquartered in New York, GIP operates out of 10 offices: New York, London, Stamford (Connecticut), Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Mumbai, Delhi, Singapore and Hong Kong; and manages c. US $84 billion for its investors.
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