Importantly, renewable energy accounts for a third of our portfolio of infrastructure debts, reflecting our desire to use environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria when selecting our investments. We work on these issues with an independent third party involved in measuring the environmental and climate impact of projects. These ESG elements are very important for our investors, as they too are seeking to develop this type of approach across their own management and are required to establish ESG reporting for their assets. We also monitor our investments annually in the light of ESG criteria.
Read more about the key elements to consider when investing in infrastructure debt, including the importance of the potential social and environmental impact of infrastructure projects when they are completed.