Energy & Power Infrastructure
Tortoise focuses on energy infrastructure and the transition to cleaner energy with a track record that dates back more than 20 years.
Accessing the Energy Evolution
The world is embarking on a significant energy transition
Ecofin's sustainable infrastructure capabilities provide globally diversified exposure to the equity securities of growth-oriented economic infrastructure businesses that deliver increasing cash flows.
Investing in the global energy evolution
Portfolio manager Jean-Hugues de Lamaze discusses the transformation of utilities worldwide to de-carbonize the power generation mix, utility companies de-risking their business models as the power generation mix shifts, and attractive characteristics of renewable energy source
Ecofin's energy transition capabilities focus on secular growth opportunities related to changes in the way energy is produced and consumed. The sectors exposed to the energy transition include utilities, technology, cleantech, industrials, mobility, specialty chemicals and waste.
How utilities in transition are transforming the electric power sector
Water & Environment
Ecofin's water and environment capabilities seeks to invest in companies across the globe and throughout the water value chain that we believe are in a position to benefit from the pursuit of solving the water supply/demand imbalance.
Water: A Wave of Opportunity
TortoiseEcofin's multi-strategy approach seeks segments where the capital supply/demand imbalance creates a market dislocation, giving TortoiseEcofin the opportunity to be a strategic provider of capital.
What are essential assets?
Changing demographics and trends are driving the need for capital across the essential assets universe.
TortoiseEcofin’s actively researched indices fill a void in the essential asset universe and provide a platform for passively managed exchange-traded products.
Indexing Midstream Energy
With more than $20 billion in passively managed assets, we feel that it is time to review the indicies that track the sector to make sure that they still accurately represent today’s midstream investing environment