European Climate Foundation’s US$2.5 Billion Clean Energy Investment Fund for Southeast Asia

Morrison & Foerster LLP advised the European Climate Foundation on the deal.

The European Climate Foundation, a major philanthropic initiative to help tackle climate change by fostering the development of a low-carbon society, completed the formation of the Southeast Asia Clean Energy Facility (SEACEF).

SEACEF, a “first-of-its-kind” philanthropic initiative based in Singapore, aims to catalyze US$2.5 billion for clean energy investments in Southeast Asia, including wind and solar power, electrical grid transmission infrastructure, energy efficiency in buildings, and electronic mobility and storage.

The MoFo team was led by Jason Nelms (Picture) and Susan Mac Cormac, Matthew Lau, Marcus Sik Kin To and Andrew Chin.

Involved fees earner: Andrew Chin – Morrison Foerster; Matthew Lau – Morrison Foerster; Susan Mac Cormac – Morrison Foerster; Jason Nelms – Morrison Foerster; Marcus Sik Kin To – Morrison Foerster;

Law Firms: Morrison Foerster;

Clients: European Climate Foundation;

Author: Michael Patrini