Blue Tree Asset Management (BTAM), a firm specialized in the comprehensive management of renewable energy projects, has strengthened its shareholding structure in order to enhance its activity and to address its international expansion strategy.
The firm has welcomed Enertis as a shareholder – a global consulting and engineering firm and a leader in the international renewable energies sector, which has acquired a stake in the capital –, aiming to strengthen its services and capabilities and to drive its growth forward.
Both firms have designed an ambitious business plan that will lead Blue Tree to manage 1,000 MW in three years, positioning itself in five strategic markets including the United States, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Chile and France, while consolidating its presence in countries where it already operates like Italy and Spain.
Blue Tree’s business model for the comprehensive management of renewable energy projects (wind power and photovoltaic energy) is based on the pillars of independence and specialization, focusing on all the areas of asset management (legal, technical and financial/economic).
Blue Tree currently manages a 240 MW portfolio of photovoltaic and wind power projects for its clients in Italy and Spain, with a cumulative investment of more than 800 million Euros in generation assets. Also, the teams in both firms count on more than a decade of expertise in the monitoring and supervision of assets, accounting for more than 1,350 MW in 10 countries.
Blue Tree works for a great number of clients with renewable energy assets, from smaller scale private investors to major institutional investors at an international level, including investment funds and banking entities.
Source: Blue Tree Asset Management