Report identifies prevalence of renewable energy in portfolios, but strong future interest in data-related projects.
Asset managers and owners plan to increase investment in renewable energy and social infrastructure over the next three to five years, according to a research report from Boston Consulting Group and EDHECinfra, an analytics arm of the EDHEC Business School focused on the unlisted infrastructure asset class.
While more than half (58%) of those surveyed said they would increase their investments in data infrastructure, 49% plan to grow their investments in renewable energy infrastructure projects and 48% in social infrastructure. In total, global assets under management (AUM) for infrastructure investments will reach a record high of US$950 billion in 2022.
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