Pacifico Energy—
A Powerful Source
of Funding  

Pacifico Energy has experienced incredible growth in the last decade, due in large part to the quality and size of our projects and our ability to raise both equity and debt funding.

Since 2012, Pacifico Energy has raised more than $4.6 billion USD in equity and debt funding.

Extensive Financial Resources

We possess both the financial capabilities to complete projects and the flexibility to assemble a variety of transaction structures. Our typical projects require substantial capital and successfully attract the participation of top-tier international banks and select investors. The key to raising finance is always going to be the underlying strength of the projects—the ability to bring to market a bankable project that is significantly de-risked, accounts for every detail, and delivers attractive returns to investors and lenders.

During the final stages of development of a project and before construction begins, we take the lead to arrange project financing. This involves finance agreement negotiation, tax structuring, leading due diligence activities, and financial modeling.


Through its affiliate, Pacifico Energy Solar Fund GK, Pacifico Energy operates as general partner to infrastructure funds in Japan that includes institutional investors from leading Japanese companies. Pacifico Energy acts as the sponsor and asset manager of this portfolio of select solar assets located throughout Japan.

Pacifico Energy successfully completed the launch of its first solar investment fund—Pacifico Energy Solar Fund I, totaling ¥15.5 billion. The fund financed the purchase of five Japanese solar power plants (producing over 100MW) located in eastern and western Japan.

In addition to investing in and managing the fund, Pacifico Energy also provides asset management services to solar plants, deploying its knowledge and experience gained from developing and constructing solar projects across Japan.

The fund will grow to over 1GW of projects with a ¥150 billion cumulative investment over the next few years. Over 75 percent of the projects that are to go into the fund were originally developed and constructed by Pacifico Energy.

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