We support companies and projects whose primary objective
is to acquire, finance, build, and operate infrastructure projects
forming part of the green energy transition.
This choice of transitioning to climate-focused energy is
our true commitment
to a sustainable and responsible energy system.
We create value for our investors and the community
by ensuring that our investments contribute to meeting
the objectives set by the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals established by the United Nations.
Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all.
Work and growth:
Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all.
Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impact.
Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development.
We believe this transition is a considerable opportunity
to further sustainable development and economic progress,
above and beyond the fight
against climate change.
Alongside our Independent Power Producer (IPP), operator and industrial partners,
our investments enable us to decrease
CO2 emissions in the European Economic Area.
It is our desire to promote cleaner, more local energy,
by developing energy efficiency capacities,
and by stimulating economic performance and community resilience.
We are a partner worthy of the trust of our investors, IPPs,
and of course our employees, who are our most valuable resource.
Our commitment to these stakeholders is to promote
responsible investment practices.
Our 2020 ESG Report
With its report, RGREEN INVEST is committed to environmental, social and governance issues.
Our ESG Charter
In our ongoing ESG approach, and in accordance with our investors’ expectations,
we have developed a Policy of Responsible Investment (PRI)
with PRI principles and implemented an
Environmental and Social Management System (“ESMS”) starting in late 2018.
This ESMS is in line with
European Investment Bank
environmental, social and governance standards.
*Source: RGREEN INVEST, Estimates based on an internal calculation methodology. Note that the amount of emissions avoided attributable to a renewable energy project financed by RGREEN INVEST depends significantly on the emission factor of the country in which the project is located. Where renewables replace fossil fuel capacity, especially coal-fired power plants, the emissions avoided will be significant. The emissions avoided also depend on the renewable technologies employed. This parameter explains why the avoided emissions of wind power are higher than those of solar power, even though the share of these two technologies is comparable in RGREEN INVEST's portfolio.
**MW are the megawatts of installed capacity of the power plants set up.