The Aravis Energy funds have been taking controlling positions in a series of privately-held companies that own and operate renewable energy production infrastructure. In the last five years, renewable energy has not only emerged as a reliable sector for investors but also as the indisputable leader within the European power industry accounting for more than 70% of all newly installed power plants. Aravis has been at the forefront of these developments and has established itself as a European investment leader with an excellent track record and financial performance.

Focus

Investing in the most attractive European energy markets, Aravis Energy focuses in particular on companies that produce renewable energy from wind, solar and water. Aravis has a proactive and hands-on approach in order to secure the most attractive investment opportunities. The investments produce more than 300,000,000 kWh of electricity out of renewable energy sources, a quantity enough to supply 120,000 households and to contribute to savings of 350,000 tons of CO2 per year.

Attractive Market

The renewable energy sector benefits from rising energy prices, low marginal costs of production, and environmental concerns, which caused political decisions to shut down nuclear and thermal power plants. Companies active in the sector have long-term agreements to sell their energy production. These agreements can be established either through private power purchase agreements or through fixed governmental feed-in tariffs for up to 20 years. For an investor the investment in such companies represents an active diversification from the financial markets as the company cash flows are largely uncorrelated with stock exchange returns. The cash flows mainly depend on the natural resources such as wind, sun or water and are independent of any other external market pressures. The long-term predictions of these natural resources are quite accurate and reliable.


Aravis Energy I LP is a Swiss Limited Partnership under Swiss law (Federal Act on Collective Investment Schemes) and is also the first Swiss Limited Partnership ever to receive the approval of the Swiss Federal Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA). Aravis Energy I LP invests in European renewable energy companies.