- Isotrol develops proprietary software for the renewable energy sector
- Tikehau Capital made the investment through the group’s Energy Transition Strategy
- Isotrol management systems are found in more than 2,100 renewable energy installations globally
Tikehau Capital took a 100 percent stake in software firm Isotrol alongside the management team.
Isotrol, headquartered in Seville, Spain, develops proprietary software for the renewable energy sector. Its management systems are found in more than 2,100 renewable energy installations globally and are used in the operation of more than 130 GW across 45 countries.
Tikehau Capital will work with Isotrol’s general manager, Manuel Losada, and the management team to provide operational and strategic support through organic growth and targeted acquisitions.
Tikehau Capital made the investment via its energy transition strategy, which targets the development and international expansion of mid-sized companies focused on clean energy generation, low-carbon mobility and energy efficiency.
“The management team has built Isotrol into an impressive leader in the global renewable energy market with significant potential for further growth,” said Emmanuel Laillier, head of private equity at Tikehau Capital, and David Martin, head of private equity in Iberia.
Tikehau Capital is a global alternative asset management group with €37.5 billion in assets under management. Its headquarters are in Paris.