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Infratech roundtable Nov 2019
As the asset class grapples with the opportunities and challenges presented by the rapid pace of technological change, five experts tell us how it needs to respond.
The asset class has many unique attributes, and none more so than its centrality to the wellbeing of our planet and the concept of sustainable investing, writes Mark McComiskey of AVAIO.
A commitment to preserving resources for future generations is an essential part of any infrastructure investment, believes Sam Lissner of Ridgewood Infrastructure.
Hooton Bio Power energy-from-waste plant in Cheshire, UK
Investors need to look past tick-box credentials to consider the real ESG impact of their infrastructure projects, says Ian Berry, head of infrastructure equity at Aviva Investors.
Windpower
Mikael Karlsson, head of energy at Actis, on how access to electricity is the bedrock of sustainable development.
Meridiam’s Matthieu Muzumdar and Ginette Borduas on integrating sustainability throughout the investment process.
Solar panels, photovoltaic - alternative electricity source
Genuine sustainable impact is best achieved through new asset creation, says David Scaysbrook, founder and managing partner of Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners.
Port of Barry
Emma Howell of Hermes Infrastructure discusses the critical importance of transparent ESG reporting.
Chicago and Toronto
Infrastructure is central to climate change mitigation and adaptation, writes Gregory Smith, CEO of InstarAGF Asset Management, and can forge a more sustainable path to long-term prosperity.
hydropower
While wind and solar investment are major themes in renewables, hydropower deserves a closer look as well, says Tor Syverud, head of hydropower investment management, Aquila Capital.
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