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African Infrastructure Investment Fund 2

African Infrastructure Investment Fund 2 (AIIF2) is managed by African Infrastructure Investment Managers(AIIM). The Fund invests in a diversified portfolio of infrastructure and infrastructure-related assets across Sub-Saharan Africa.  AIIF2 comprises two fund vehicles:

  • a South African en commandite partnership for South African investors, and
  • a Mauritius limited life company for international investors.

The Fund reached final close on 30 September 2011, with commitments of R5.2 billion. The Fund's portfolio consists of toll road and renewable energy assets.

Investments
  • bakwena

    Bakwena

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    Bakwena

    Sector:
    Economic Infrastructure - Toll Road

    Date of Investment:
    2002

    Investment Partners:
    IDEAS Managed Fund, South Africa Infrastructure Fund, Kagiso Infrastructure Empowerment Fund Infrastructure Concession South Africa, Public Investment Corporation, The Royal Bafokeng Nation

    Business Synopsis:
    The Bakwena Platinum Corridor Concessionaire (Pty) Ltd signed a 30-year concession contract with the South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) to design, construct, finance, operate and maintain the Bakwena Platinum N1N4 Toll Road. The toll road consists of a 95 kilometre section of the N1 which runs from Tshwane northwards to the town of Bela Bela (Warmbaths) and a 290 kilometre section of the N4 which runs from Tshwane westwards to the Botswana border.

    Funds:
    • African Infrastructure Investment Fund 2
    • South Africa Infrastructure Fund
    • Kagiso Infrastructure Empowerment Fund
    • IDEAS Managed Fund
    Status:
    • Current


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  • Reisa

    Kathu Solar Energy Plant

    Reisa

    Kathu Solar Energy Plant

    Sector:
    Renewable Energy Infrastructure - Solar PV

    Date of Investment:
    2012

    Investment Partners:
    IDEAS Managed Fund, African Infrastructure Investment Fund 2, Building Energy Africa, BuiltAfrica Kathu Solar 75, Kathu Solar Community Trust

    Business Synopsis:
    Kathu Solar Energy Plant is located approximately 16 kilometres north-west of Kathu, located in a Northern Cape mining town in an area rich in iron ore deposits. The project consists of a 75 MW mono axis mounted tracking system comprising 344 540 photovoltaic (PV) modules designed to follow the sun throughout the day. The Kathu Solar Energy Plant benefits from an existing high voltage Eskom substation. Under a 20-year power purchase agreement, electricity delivery to the grid started in mid-2014.

    Funds:
    • African Infrastructure Investment Fund 2
    • IDEAS Managed Fund
    Status:
    • Current


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  • Cookhouse_Windfarm

    Cookhouse Wind Farm

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    Cookhouse Wind Farm

    Sector:
    Renewable Energy Infrastructure - Wind

    Date of Investment:
    2012

    Investment Partners:
    IDEAS Managed Fund, African Infrastructure Investment Fund 2, Apollo Investment Partnership II, Cookhouse Community Trust, AFPOC

    Business Synopsis:
    The Cookhouse Wind Farm is located between Cookhouse and Bedford in the Eastern Cape. It comprises 66 Suzlon 2.1 MW wind turbines with an installed capacity of 138.6 MW. Cookhouse Wind Farm was developed by African Clean Energy Developments (ACED) and completed in 2014.

    Funds:
    • African Infrastructure Investment Fund 2
    • IDEAS Managed Fund
    • Apollo Investment Partnership II
    Status:
    • Current


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  • kinangop

    Kinangop Wind Park

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    Kinangop Wind Park

    Sector:
    Renewable Energy Infrastructure - Wind

    Date of Investment:
    2013

    Investment Partners:
    African Infrastructure Investment Fund 2, Norfund

    Business Synopsis:
    Kinangop Wind Park is in the Kenyan Highlands on the Kinangop Plateau. The project involves the installation and operation of 38 wind turbines, each with a rated output of 1.6 MW − providing a total capacity of 60.8 MW. This is sufficient renewable electricity to power the equivalent of 150 000 homes. It is one of the largest wind park investment in East Africa to date, and the first commercial project in the region. Construction commenced in 2014 and electricity delivery to the grid starts in 2015.

    Funds:
    • African Infrastructure Investment Fund 2
    Status:
    • Current


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  • IHS

    IHS

    IHS

    IHS

    Sector:
    Economic Infrastructure - Communications

    Date of Investment:

    Investment Partners:
    African Infrastructure Investment Fund 2, ECP Private Equity, FMO Entrepreneurial Development Bank, Goldman Sachs, IFC Global Infrastructure Fund, Investec, UBC, Wendel

    Business Synopsis:
    IHS Towers is Africa’s leading independent mobile telecommunications infrastructure provider headquartered in Nigeria. Founded in 2001, IHS provides services across the full tower value chain – managed services, deployment and site ownership. IHS Towers has operations in Nigeria, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Zambia and Rwanda. IHS currently manages over 10 500 towers in Africa.

    Funds:
    • African Infrastructure Investment Fund 2
    Status:
    • Current


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