Morrison & Foerster LLP advised Generate Capital, Inc. on the deal.
Generate Capital, Inc., a leading sustainable infrastructure company, announced $2 billion fundraise from some of the world’s leading institutional investors to accelerate deployment of sustainable infrastructure.
xisting investors AustralianSuper and QIC led the fundraising round with new investment from Harbert Management Corporation, Aware Super, and CBRE Caledon. The fundraise tapped many of the world’s largest long-term oriented pension funds and institutional investors from Australia, the United States, and Europe. The new capital will allow Generate to continue expanding its reach into new sectors and regions to meet rising demand for sustainable infrastructure.
Generate builds, owns, operates, and finances sustainable infrastructure that delivers affordable and reliable resource solutions for companies, governments, and communities. Founded in 2014, Generate has built a portfolio of nearly $2 billion in sustainable infrastructure assets across the energy, waste, water, and transport markets. The San Francisco-based company works with more than 40 technology and project development partners.
The MoFo team advising Generate was led by San Francisco corporate partner Suz Mac Cormac (Picture) and San Diego corporate of counsel Shai Kalansky and together with San Francisco corporate associates Benjamin T.R. Fox, Michael Santos, Olga Terets, and Molly Yoder.
Involved fees earner: Benjamin Fox – Morrison & Foerster; Shai Kalansky – Morrison & Foerster; Susan Mac Cormac – Morrison & Foerster; Michael Santos – Morrison & Foerster; Olga Terets – Morrison & Foerster; Molly Yoder – Morrison & Foerster;
Law Firms: Morrison & Foerster;
Clients: Generate Capital, Inc.;