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.
The New Age of Energy Infrastructure
The energy transition has led to new investments and projects being announced at a frenetic pace. In our view, energy infrastructure companies will play a significant role in this transition. As business plans progress, companies should be able to re-purpose their existing assets while simultaneously helping to reduce CO2 emissions.
Ecofin's climate action capabilities focuse on the drive to reduce emissions, and includes both the energy transition and waste transition. These businesses span clean conventional categories such as solar, wind, hydro and batteries, in addition to the electrification of transport, energy efficiency, waste-to-value and waste-to-energy.
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
Ecofin's social impact capabilities provide essential services to communities, including educational services, healthcare services and housing services
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
Ecofin Editorial: Carbon, trade and energy independence