Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners Acquires New York Onshore Wind Development Portfolio


Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP), acting on behalf of its flagship fund, CI V, has acquired Liberty Renewables, a 1.3 GW portfolio of onshore wind projects in New York.

“Onshore wind will play an important role in decarbonizing New York’s power grid and will be critical to achieving its nation-leading renewable targets,” says Tim Evans, partner and head of North America at CIP. “We are excited to support New York’s clean energy transition through the acquisition of the Liberty portfolio.”

Liberty’s inaugural project, Hoffman Falls Wind, submitted its 94-C application to New York’s Office of Renewable Energy Siting and is scheduled to commence construction in 2026. The remaining projects in the portfolio are expected to start construction between 2027 and 2030.

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