Gore Street Energy Storage Fund, London’s first listed energy storage fund investing in income producing assets in the UK and internationally, has successfully raised £31.3m in its latest fundraising campaign, with Shore Capital acting as broker and sole bookrunner.
This includes total gross proceeds of £6.34m by way of an Initial Placing and Offer for Subscription, together with an additional £25m commitment from the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA).
Since IPO in May 2018, following this fundraise, Gore Street has more than doubled in size to approximately £62m assets under management and has built a portfolio of 189MW across eight assets in the UK and the Republic of Ireland. GSF has an additional 500MW in pipeline in UK, Ireland and continental Europe, which it intends to execute against in the coming months.
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