Octopus Renewables manages over £3.4 billion of energy assets on behalf of institutional and retail investors.
Institutional investor solutions
The team works closely with pension funds, insurance companies, sovereign wealth funds and endowments (“Institutional Investors”) to design and execute bespoke renewable energy asset strategies on their behalf.
Since May 2017 we have enabled Institutional Investors to commit nearly £1bn of sustainable investments into renewable energy assets. Over £550m million has been committed to UK renewable energy assets on behalf of Institutional Investors through our Renewable Energy Income Partnerships. A further £250m commitment has been secured from NEST.
We can offer scale and diversification benefits to investors that want to co-invest in assets alongside other like-minded investors.
Octopus Renewables Infrastructure Trust
Octopus Renewables Infrastructure Trust (ORIT) is designed to target an attractive and sustainable level of income returns and an element of capital growth by investing in a diversified portfolio of Renewable Energy Assets in Europe and Australia.
The strategy will focus on operational assets, assets in construction and construction ready assets. It is open to both retail and institutional investors.
ORIT will place investors’ capital at risk, and you may not get back what you initially invest. Before making an investment, please ensure you’ve read and understood the Key Information Document, which can be found on the Octopus Renewables Infrastructure Trust website.
equivalent UK homes will be powered annually once fully constructed
GW of total portfolio capacity. This is equivalent to 5,042 GWh at maximum capacity
football stadiums filled with solar panels surface area
tonnes of carbon avoided per year
fossil-fuel powered cars removed from the road
trees required to absorb carbon avoided by our portfolio in a year
Portfolio data based on calculated assumptions over twelve months as at March 2021. The total Portfolio includes the production potential of both our operational and construction assets over a 12 month period.
The carbon avoided was calculated using the International Financial Institution’s approach for harmonised greenhouse gas accounting. References for carbon equivalent calculations are available on request.
Homes powered based on Ofgem forecasted average household consumption based on Asset location at 30 April 2020; Portfolio generation based on historic 12 month period ending 31st March 2021.