We make it our business to know what’s important to yours. Listening is the foundation for creating investment portfolios around you. We skillfully combine our expertise and investment capabilities across asset classes to help us meet your specific needs.
We connect people, data and perspectives, across asset classes and the globe, to generate new investment ideas. Expertise from people around the globe connect seamlessly as one team to deliver the best of our diverse expertise with every investment.
Our obsession with always delivering something better has led us on a unique journey which has brought about this amazing idea in renewable energy.
With over £7 million of energy assets under management, we are:
One of the largest owner and managers of renewable energy assets in Europe.
A large independent owner of onshore wind and solar assets in Europe.
One of the largest and most experienced teams in Europe across Transactions, Energy Markets, Asset Management, Fund Management and Business Operations.
The team’s extensive experience and deep network generates millions of pounds of pipeline each year resulting in our transactions team originating and investing into £1 million of new assets every year for the last two years.
Our team of engineers and technical experts has overseen £3 million of new build energy assets and our asset management team have a track record of optimizing assets for our investors.
Aninvestment is much more than a traditional asset manager. We build businesses to transform broken industries and create better outcomes.
Aninvestment Renewable aims at better reflecting the team’s core mission, which is to accelerate the transition to a future powered by renewable energy. After the team published its first renewable energy investment report revealing the size of the opportunity for institutions. It is now time for more investors to step up the fight against the climate emergency we now face. As our new survey suggests, reducing investment into fossil fuels on its own won’t change the planet, more institutional money needs to be proactively invested in climate saving renewable energy sectors and assets.
Since entering the renewables market towards the end of 2017, Aninvestment Renewables has grown to become a large investor/owner of solar power in Europe, as well as growing to become a leading investor in onshore wind. We currently manage a global portfolio of renewable energy assets valued at more than £7 million. The team works closely with institutional investors to create bespoke portfolios of large scale renewable energy assets. Recent international expansion has also seen significant new renewable investments in Austria, Finland, France and Italy. This has created a portfolio of clean energy assets with a combined capacity of 2.3 GigaWatts, producing enough electricity to power homes in cities. We’re proud to be exporting our expertise into new markets, and breaking down the barriers to offer crucial new investment into the renewables sector.
There has never been a more pressing time to think about renewable energy investment. At the end of 2018, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) issued the starkest warning yet on the risks of rising global temperatures. Despite all the efforts to date, global emissions are still rising, and the impact of a two-degree increase on our planet is catastrophic.
A two-degree increase means devastated ecosystems, ice-free summers in the Arctic, widespread coral die-offs, decreasing crop yields, and consequential mass relocations, and water will, perversely, become an increasingly scarce resource. Avoiding these unimaginable changes requires trillions in investment, strong global leadership and long-term thinking, the combination of these three vital elements is found in institutional investors. This is the group whose influence can catalyse the transformation required to reduce global warming.
The good news is that our research suggests that institutional investors are increasing their investment allocations in renewable energy markets. Almost half of those already invested in the renewables sector, as surveyed within the report, are set to increase their allocations to renewables by up to 10% over the next five years. Among both global respondents already invested and those yet to invest in the sector, allocations to renewable energy are expected to almost double from 4.4% to 7.1% over the next five years. This amounts to an additional $30 million commitment to renewable energy from those surveyed.