Our Investment Partners
With billions of euro under management, our Investment Partners believe in the benefits of the attractive yields of sustainable infrastructure and clean energy. Some of our investment partners are listed below:
NTR plc is an investor in NTR Wind 1 LP Fund and NTR Renewable Energy Income Fund II. NTR plc is a renewable energy investment management group that acquires, constructs and manages assets directly and for third parties. It brings sectoral expertise, financing capability and operational management to its clean energy investments.
Arcano Earth Fund
Arcano Earth Fund is the first fund of funds exclusively dedicated to invest in the renewable energy sector through primaries, secondaries, and co-investments mainly in Europe and North America. Launched in October 2018, the Fund deploys capital across the clean energy sector including storage, transmission and distribution, and sustainable infrastructure.
Arcano Earth Fund is part of a broader group, Arcano Asset Management, based in Spain which has over €5.3 billion in AUM, investing in four other types of asset classes: Private Equity, Venture Capital, Real Estate and Credit.
Brunel Pension Partnership
Brunel Pension Partnership (Brunel) brings together circa £30 billion investments of 10 likeminded Local Government Pension Scheme funds. Brunel believes in making long-term sustainable investments supported by robust and transparent processes. Brunel is here to protect the interests of its clients and their members. In collaboration with all its stakeholders Brunel is forging better futures by investing for a world worth living in.
Brunel is one of eight national LGPS pools and will manage the investment of the pension assets for the funds of Avon, Buckinghamshire, Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Environment Agency, Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Somerset and Wiltshire. Brunel is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority as a full-service MiFID firm.
European Investment Bank
The European Investment Bank ("EIB") is the long-term lending institution of the European Union owned by its Member States. It makes long-term finance available for sound investment in order to contribute towards EU policy goals.
Since support for climate related investment became a formal priority in 2010, the EIB has invested over EUR 130 billion globally, supporting more than EUR 600 billion in climate action investment.
HEAG Pensionszuschusskasse is the pension fund of the HEAG group in Darmstadt, Germany.
The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund
The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (€8.5 billion at end June 2017) has a statutory mandate to invest on a commercial basis in a manner designed to support economic activity and employment in Ireland. The Fund has made investment commitments to June 2017 of €2.9 billion (including investments made by its predecessor, the National Pensions Reserve Fund) and plans to deploy the remainder of its resources over the coming years as suitable investment opportunities are identified.
Legal & General Capital
Legal & General Capital (LGC) is the principal investment arm of Legal & General Group. Investing from Legal & General’s £8.1 billion shareholder balance sheet, LGC’s purpose is to generate long-term shareholder value by injecting new capital into key sectors where there has been a shortage of investment and innovation.
Focused on Housing, Urban Regeneration, Clean Energy and SME Finance, these sectors reflect our aim to invest for the long term in economically and socially useful assets, to secure competitive returns and to create new asset classes for Legal & General’s varied investment requirements, for our partners and for the wider marketplace.
Strathclyde Pension Fund
Strathclyde Pension Fund is the second largest local Government pension in the UK, providing services to around 200,000 people across the public, private and third sectors. It is part of the Scottish Local Government Pension Scheme and is administered by Glasgow City Council.
Trinity Endowment Fund
The Trinity Endowment Fund is a collection of endowments by benefactors who have given to Trinity College Dublin since its foundation. The Endowment Fund helps ensure the academic excellence of the University and provides financial support for teaching, research and academic programmes, as well as financial assistance for students. The funds are invested in a common investment scheme administered by the Financial Services Division of the University. In 2016, Trinity was the first university in Ireland to divest fossil fuel investments.