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Return Characteristics of Renewable Energy Infrastructure Investment

June 2010 – The past few years have seen increased questioning of appropriate asset allocations for long term investors, such as pension funds. The CPSL P8 process is one example, highlighting the significance of climate change to long term investment decision making.

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An opinion piece by James Stacey, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership Senior Associate and Partner at Earth Capital Partners. The past few years have seen increased questioning of appropriate asset allocations for long term investors, such as pension funds. A recognition has emerged that real assets (be it “pure” real estate or wider infrastructure investing) have a critical and more significant role to play in pension fund portfolio construction, whilst simultaneously the evolution of SRI (and related themes) into Environment, Social & Governance (ESG) investing has reinforced a longer term perspective.

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Published: June 2010