DIF Capital Partners invests in 900 MW Canadian power project investment

DIF Capital Partners (“DIF”) invested in the 900-megawatt Cascade Power Project (“Cascade”). DIF will invest in the ‎construction of Cascade together with joint equity sponsors OPTrust and Axium Infrastructure. ‎

Cascade is a 900-megawatt combined cycle natural gas-fired generating facility to be located near Edson, Alta. Cascade will lead the transition to a lower carbon-intensive power grid in Alberta by supporting the province’s transition off coal-fired power, generating low-emissions electricity that is expected to supply more than eight per cent of the province’s average demand. Construction will start immediately with commercial operations commencing in 2023.

DIF Capital Partners is a leading global independent infrastructure fund manager, with €7.6 billion of assets under management across nine closed-end infrastructure funds and several co-investment vehicles. DIF invests in greenfield and operational infrastructure assets located primarily in Europe, the Americas and Australasia.

Learn more about Canada’s infrastructure funds, its details and eligibilities required of its applicants here.

DLA Piper (Canada) LLP acted for DIF Capital Partners in the investment with a team led by

Andrew Burton (projects and infrastructure/corporate),
and which included partners
Mike Styczen (Calgary),
Veronica Monteiro (Edmonton),
Catherine Gibson (Vancouver),
Andrew McFarlane, (Toronto),
Catherine Pawluch (Toronto),
as well as associates
Alex Sibley,
Natasha Rana,
Matthew Pollock,
Lauren Storwick,
Mitchell Smith,
Prasad Taksal.

Press release: https://www.dlapiper.com/en/canada/news/2020/08/dla-piper-canada-acted-for-dif-capital-partners/



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