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Nuveen fund

Clean energy strategy

Solar Panels

Our clean energy offerings across equity and debt invest in the energy transition to a low carbon economy and aim to deliver reliable income streams through exposure to high quality defensive infrastructure assets.

Key advantages
clean energy equity and debt investments
75+ years
of industry experience across founding members
professionals dedicated to clean energy
4.5+ GW
of capacity across solar, wind and biomass

Building a clean energy portfolio

We believe investing in clean energy is a critical piece of a diversified portfolio to deliver both capital appreciation as well as stable yield through contractual income. As part of our investment process we invest in clean energy projects with true infrastructure characteristics which provide essential services to society.

Investment story: Piiparinmaki 
Featured insights
Infrastructure 2022 clean energy sustainability report
This report sets out Glennmont from Nuveen’s work on ESG in 2022 across both our team and the portfolio of assets we manage.
Alternatives Why green energy credit now?
The energy transition will drive the biggest economic reconfiguration the industrialized world has experienced, and achieving net zero will take decades, creating long-term opportunities for investors. Claudio Vescovo of Nuveen Infrastructure examines the large opportunity for green energy credit investment in 2023.
Clean energy A good vintage for infrastructure credit
Nuveen Infrastructure's Scott Lawrence and Claudio Vescovo recently discussed their investment focus on battery storage, wind and solar in Europe, and why 2023 will be a compelling vintage for infrastructure credit.
Contact us
Our offices
London skyline
201 Bishopsgate, London, United Kingdom
*As of 31 Mar 2023. Nuveen assets under management (AUM) is inclusive of underlying investment specialists. Totals may not equal 100% due to rounding.

Responsible investing incorporates Environmental Social Governance (ESG) factors that may affect exposure to issuers, sectors, industries, limiting the type and number of investment opportunities available, which could result in excluding investments that perform well.

Investors should be aware that alternative investments are speculative, subject to substantial risks including the risks associated with limited liquidity, the use of leverage, short sales and concentrated investments and may involve complex tax structures and investment strategies. Alternative investments may be illiquid, there may be no liquid secondary market or ready purchasers for such securities, they may not be required to provide periodic pricing or valuation information to investors, there may be delays in distributing tax information to investors, they are not subject to the same regulatory requirements as other types of pooled investment vehicles, and they may be subject to high fees and expenses, which will reduce profits. Alternative investments are not suitable for all investors and should not constitute an entire investment program. Investors may lose all or substantially all of the capital invested. The historical returns achieved by alternative asset vehicles is not a prediction of future performance or a guarantee of future results, and there can be no assurance that comparable returns will be achieved by any strategy."
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