The company

KlimaInvest was created with the objective of offering a listed stock with a CO2 return. The company’s investment strategy was implemented in a way where return on equity could be maximised in a scenario of rising CO2 prices. The investment strategy brought considerable losses as CO2 fell and direct investments into the CO2 market were ended in 2011.
Klimainvest had invested in a French windmill park in 2010 in roder to spread the risk but, due to the developments in the company’s equity as a consequence of the falling CO2 prices, it was decided in 2012 to sell the holdings in the windmill park. In 2013 these holdings were sold with considerable losses.
KlimaInvest has changed both its name and strategy and, as Copenhagen Capital, focuses on smaller liquid assets.