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$1.3 
Billion Invested
Annually


  3.2 
Million Metric Tons of
CO2 Reduced Annually1


 30+ 
Years of
Experience


Investment Thesis

We will earn better risk-adjusted returns by investing on the right side of the climate change line.

Markets

Behind-the-Meter
 

Energy Efficiency
Distributed Generation
Storage

Grid-Connected
 

Solar Land
Onshore Wind
 

Sustainable
Infrastructure

Clean Water
Ecological Restoration
Resiliency

What We Do

We make investments in climate change solutions by providing capital to leading companies in energy efficiency, renewable energy, and other sustainable infrastructure markets. Our goal is to generate attractive returns from a diversified portfolio of projects with long-term, predictable cash flows from proven technologies that reduce carbon emissions or increase resilience to climate change.

Our investments have taken many forms, including equity, joint ventures, land ownership, lending, or other financing transactions. We also generate ongoing fees through gain-on-sale securitization transactions, services, and asset management.

Investment Examples

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Grid-Connected

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Sustainable Infrastructure

Public-Private Partnership (P3)

>$100 million

Preferred equity investment in a P3 with the University of Iowa to operate, maintain, and upgrade university energy and water utilities in support of low carbon campus sustainability objectives

Onshore Wind, Utility-Scale Solar

>$500 million

Equity investment in a 2.3 GW renewables portfolio of nine wind and four solar projects across five states, including large corporate and utility off-takers such as Amazon, Walmart and Xcel Energy

Stormwater Remediation

<$10 million

Four separate projects to slow pollution runoff into downstream waterways across the Chesapeake Bay

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Behind-the-Meter

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Grid-Connected

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C&I Solar

>$50 million

Equity investment in a distributed portfolio of ~200 C&I projects, including high credit quality corporates such as FedEx and Target

Utility-Scale Solar Land

>$100 million

Acquisition of 4,000 acres of land and lease streams underlying dozens of utility-scale solar projects with a capacity of nearly 700 MW

Green Real Estate

<$20 million

Joint venture to acquire government-backed securitized housing loans that incentivize energy and water efficiency investments

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Behind-The-Meter

Public Private Partnership (P3)

>$100 million

Preferred equity investment in a P3 with the University of Iowa to operate, maintain, and upgrade university energy and water utilities in support of low carbon campus sustainability objectives

grid connected photo

Grid-Connected

Onshore Wind, Utility-Scale Solar

>$500 million

Equity investment in a 2.3 GW renewables portfolio of nine wind and four solar projects across five states, including large corporate and utility off-takers such as Amazon, Walmart and Xcel Energy

sustainable infrastructure photo

Sustainable Infrastructure

Stormwater Remediation

<$10 million

Four separate projects to slow pollution runoff into downstream waterways across the Chesapeake Bay

behind the meter photo

Behind-The-Meter

C&I Solar

>$50 million

Equity investment in a distributed portfolio of ~200 C&I projects, including high credit quality corporates such as FedEx and Target

grid connected photo

Grid-Connected

Utility-Scale Solar Land

>$100 million

Acquisition of 4,000 acres of land and lease streams underlying dozens of utility-scale solar projects with a capacity of nearly 700 MW

sustainable infrastructure photo

Behind-The-Meter

Green Real Estate

<$20 million

Joint venture to acquire government-backed securitized housing loans that incentivize energy and water efficiency investments

1. Cumulative metric tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions avoided through Hannon Armstrong’s investments since 2013