The firm has provided mezzanine debt to a portfolio of 43 assets in a sector increasingly favoured by institutional investors.
The European developer won the right to build two offshore wind farms off the US East Coast that could generate up to a combined 4GW.
The projects shortlisted in the third annual Access Co-Development Facility range from a 7MW solar project in Zimbabwe to a 9.7MW hydro facility in Rwanda.
In a move approved by 58.2% of the population in a referendum, Switzerland will look to usher in a wave of renewable energy investment.
The vehicle would be its first to target offshore wind while the company has also made further headway on its energy storage fund.
The ‘technology-neutral’ renewables tender resulted in 2.9GW of wind power awarded, with winners including Gas Natural, Enel and Forestalia.
Echoenergia, the firm’s fifth energy platform in Latin America, is a follow-on to a previous venture focused on wind assets in Brazil.
A group of four international institutions is providing $238m in financing for a 150MW portfolio of wind assets in the South Asian country, which suffers from severe power shortages.
The Danish fund manager has backed projects with an investment value said to total $6bn.
The state is the latest to approve a scheme along the East Coast that calls for developers to invest in production facilities as part of the deal.