ThomasLloyd has announced that its Sustainable Infrastructure Income Fund (SIIF) surpassed EUR100 million (US$121.3 million) in assets under management.
The SIIF is the world’s first fully regulated, open-ended public infrastructure fund, listed on the Luxembourg stock exchange’s Green Exchange, a dedicated platform for green, social and sustainable securities. The SIIF invests directly in a diversified portfolio of privately held, sustainable infrastructure assets. These investments are focused to help in high growth and emerging markets, predominately in the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia.
The portfolio consists of three operational bio-mass plants in the Philippines with 70 MW, delivering clean energy to 724,000 people and reducing C02 by 57,680 tonnes p.a. In addition to this, there are three operational solar power plants in the Philippines with 80 MW, reaching 233,000 people and reducing CO2 by 65,915 tonnes p.a. In India, ThomasLloyd is invested in six operational solar power plants, across four states with a total capacity of 234 MW. The capacity for an additional 150 MW is already funded.