Why choose semi-liquid funds for investing in renewable infrastructure?

There are more opportunities for investors to access renewable energy investments today. We look at how semi-liquid funds fit the bill. 

By 2030, over $2 trillion is expected to be invested in the infrastructure supporting the energy transition annually1. A large proportion of this capital will be required into traditional renewable energy assets like wind farms, solar power plants and hydro-electric plants, but capital is also being invested into areas such as green hydrogen production, battery storage and large-scale heat networks. 

We have previously explored how this asset class appeals to investors for both economic and sustainability reasons. While the sustainability outcomes are undeniable, the economic benefits to a portfolio are arguably the reason why this is fast becoming such an integral part of wealth investors’ portfolios; the energy transition offers investors exposure to diversifying risks and strong returns driven by high, stable, and predictable cash flows. 

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