Atlante Gestion develops financing solutions for Energy Transition and has launched its Debt Funds EFFICEO in partnership with a leading French bank.
Through this activity, Atlante Gestion offers a captive financing solution for assets linked to an improvement of energy performance. Assets are owned by dedicated project companies.
This solution, based on a mix of senior and junior debt, and a portfolio risk-pooling approach, makes it possible to offer a 100% deconsolidating third-party financing package.
Atlante Gestion is currently in the phase of raising “EFFICEO” debt fund on the one hand, and a pre-financing fund for energy saving certificates (CEE) on the other.
These funds are expected to be launched end of 2022/2023.
Atlante Gestion’s branch ARIES ENERGIES holds nearly €570m of total underlying assets’ base linked to energy performance.
The aim of this approach is to support public authorities, owners of tertiary real estate assets and industrial clients in controlling their energy consumption around the following three themes
Finance energy performance services
Energy Performance Contracts (EPC) associated with industrial processes, and the retailing and food processing sectors.
Maintenance or equipment supply contracts, with energy performance commitments.
Service agreements (Leds – HVAC – Refrigeration)
Renovation of commercial buildings – shopping centres and public building renovation programmes
Energy Savings Certificate prefinancing for heating and cooling contracts.
Finance renewable production units by opting for assets that carry higher added value for the user
Secure projects connected to invitations to tender (AO) such as that of CRE (the energy regulatory commission)
Collective or individual consumption of self-produced electricity on site (solar or anaerobic digestion using biomass)
Corporate Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) off-site.
Finance operations having a positive energy and environmental impact on territories
Asset carryings for water treatment – waste management – digital – energy storage.