AS A GLOBAL ENERGY TRANSITION INVESTMENT MANAGER, MITIGATING CLIMATE CHANGE IS PART OF OUR PURPOSE. WITH RENEWABLE ENERGY ASSETS ACROSS EUROPE, WE SUPPORT ECONOMIES TO CUT EMISSIONS AND REACH NET ZERO TARGETS.
INVESTING IN A NET ZERO FUTURE
ESG is critical to our business model, and we proactively embed environmental and social considerations in our decision-making, ensuring we are generating positive returns for investors whilst promoting a net zero future.
As a responsible investor, governance is also a key part of our strategy, ensuring we have the right processes and mechanisms in place to make robust and responsible decisions across our investment strategy. This is evidenced through our approach to risk management and by embedding ESG into our due diligence processes.
Vortex Energy’s success relies on the strength of its values and relationships with partners throughout the value chain – built on a foundation of transparency and respect.
Our strategy aims to continually improve the performance of our assets in a sustainable manner, as we invest in a net zero future.
ESG in Numbers
of clean energy produced
of households powered
of CO2 displaced
Vortex I, II and, III, on the net stakes of 822MW to Vortex Energy have in total produced 4.6 TWh of clean energy, which is the equivalent of powering 360,618 households across the countries of operations and displaced 4.5 million tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere, during the hold period. The projects seeded by Vortex Energy continue to operate today and will be for the next few decades, providing annual savings of CO2 emissions of approximately 1 million tonnes per year and power an equivalent of more than 100,000 households every year
Vortex IV flagship investment in Ignis Energia is expected to significantly expand Vortex Energy’s global impact by developing more than 10GW of clean energy projects globally, out of which a notable part will be held, constructed and operated by Ignis. Based on the short term business plan up to 2026, the projects that Ignis will hold are expected provide net savings of more than 45 million tonnes of CO2 to the environment in their lifecycle and power the equivalent of more than 4 million households annually.