Green Energy & Sustainable Investments

We’ve committed £26+bn into green energy projects

212 MtCO2e greenhouse gas emissions avoidance

Over the course of just five years, we expanded into more than twenty-five markets across Europe, Asia Pacific and the Americas. From mature markets in Western Europe through to emerging markets such as India, Vietnam and the Philippines, we’ve invested or arranged over £10 bn into projects which have avoided over 1.4 million tonnes of carbon emissions (MTCO2e) over the period.

As we continue to evolve, our mission remains unchanged – to accelerate the transition to net zero. 

At the heart of that mission sits our unique approach to green governance, impact measurement and reporting. From day one we’ve measured and reported on the positive green impact of our investments and activities with rigour and transparency, and we’re proud to continue this approach. 

£10+ billion

 invested or arranged

30+ GW

Development portfolio

1.4 million

 tonnes of CO2e avoided


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Accelerating the transition to net zero

To support a low carbon transition, annual clean energy investment will need to more than triple by 2030, demanding an unprecedented flow of investment across the capital structure.

Our Investment Sectors

We believe one of the biggest challenges in the global transition to net zero has not been access to capital, but in creating a pipeline of investible projects. That’s why we evolved our approach to become a developer, taking projects from dollar number one, through to electron number one.


The Asian region is predicted to see up to US$250 billion of new investment flow into utility scale renewables energy projects by 2025.
While the offshore wind industry may have started in Europe, Asia is catching up fast. According to the Global Wind Energy Council, the Asia Pacific region has now taken the lead in global wind power development, accounting for 50.7 percent of all new installations in 2019.


The corporate energy market is booming across the US, not least because corporates are signing up to renewable energy PPAs.
The key to continuing the success of the PPAs, is the ability to match this growing demand for green energy to projects that can deliver reliable, cost effective power.


In key markets around the world we are building renewable energy development pipelines by acquiring and investing in development companies, forming joint ventures or developing projects directly.

Energy Backup

Investor appetite to be part of the energy transition – and investor expectation that the way their money is deployed will be aligned with a better future – is a deafening noise. We see that not just in the established technologies like onshore wind, offshore wind and solar, but there’s also a real and distinct willingness to be part of the industrialisation of the next generation of technologies.”

Clean. Renewable. Efficient.

Our investment advisors and analysts are constantly adding new sustainable investment ideas.

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