Our clean energy equity strategy invests in the transition to a low carbon economy, and aims to deliver reliable income streams and capital appreciation through exposure to high quality defensive infrastructure assets.
- 15+ years of experience in clean energy
A first mover and one of the few established renewables focused firms with a track record of 15+ years
- Experts in a range of assets and technologies
Specialized investment expertise and operational/engineering capabilities across the clean energy spectrum including onshore and offshore wind, solar and biomass
- Proven ability to access new markets across multiple strategies
Target complex deals across equity and debt where we are able to differentiate by leveraging our experience and industry networks
- Established leadership in ESG
Extensive experience and history of incorporating ESG factors as well as alignment to UN SDGs
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.
1 As of September 30, 2023.
Important information on risk
Past performance is no guarantee of future results. All investments carry a certain degree of risk, including the possible loss of principal, and there is no assurance that an investment will provide positive performance over any period of time. Certain products and services may not be available to all entities or persons. There is no guarantee that a Strategy’s investment objectives will be achieved.
Investors should be aware that alternative investments are speculative, subject to substantial risks including the risks associated with limited liquidity, the potential use of leverage, potential 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.