Using Taxonomies to Qualify the Sustainability of Infrastructure Investments

Carolyn Essid

Using Taxonomies to Qualify the Sustainability of Infrastructure Investments

This paper addresses the problem of mapping the infrastructure asset class to the activities of the EU Taxonomy. This mapping process not only tackles a crucial hurdle but also contributes to a deeper understanding of how green taxonomies can be effectively applied to the infrastructure asset class.

Analysing UK power using infraMetrics®

This in-depth analysis explores the financial dynamics of the UK power sector between 2018 and 2022, unveiling infraMetrics’ extensive analytical possibilities. The research meticulously compares the performance of renewable and conventional power sources across key metrics like revenue, profit margins, returns, and cost of capital, providing a comprehensive view of the industry landscape. Our research is supported by dynamic visualizations … Read More

P&I Supplement: Research for Institutional Money Management

Nataliia GAIDARENKO

This special issue of the Research for Institutional Money Management supplement to Pensions & Investments, which aims to provide institutional investors with an academic research perspective on one of the most pressing issues facing them today. We first look at the use of data to produce a benchmark or comparable (“comp”) of the climate risks of infrastructure companies. Few data … Read More