Energy Transition Infrastructure

Development and build-out of energy transition related infrastructure that is affordable, climate-aligned and sustainable is one of the major challenges we face as a society. Long-lived infrastructure assets not only have high capital costs, but also broader investment implications as they lock-in emission profiles over the longer term. New infra, in both OECD and non-OECD markets, requires innovative finance, which incorporates both risk-sharing and -transfer considerations across many capital providers, owners and other stakeholders.

EEEIG’s investment focus on low carbon infra buildout is a capital structure agnostic, flexible strategy.