Energy Transition Infrastructure

The energy transition will only take place if the necessary infrastructure exists to support it.

Mirova develops investment strategies enabling investors to support the energy transition through the construction and management of renewable energy production, storage and clean mobility infrastructures projects in Europe.



Investing to support the European energy transition

Our objective is to provide institutional clients with long-term value creation opportunities while supporting the sustainability of local economic, community and environmental development.

Since 2002, Mirova has been involved in the energy transition by financing new renewable energy production capacities and by investing in operating projects using mature technologies (photovoltaic solar, wind, hydroelectric).

Thanks to its in-depth knowledge of the French and European renewable energy market and an extensive network of partners, Mirova has constructed a strong investment platform dedicated to the energy transition, whose scope of intervention extends to the energy transition as a whole: storage, biogas, hydropower, hydrogen and electric mobility, all over Europe.

Key Figures

bn €

assets under management


of energy transition infrastructure funds


of experience in structuring and managing energy transition funds


energy transition projects financed across 10 countries in Europe


of clean energy installed capacity financed

Source : Mirova as of December 31, 2020

Why invest in energy transition infrastructure?

Renewable energy is one of the fastest growing segments within the infrastructure market and clean energy production, grid connection, storage and electric transportation represent a compelling investment opportunity in the move towards a low-carbon economy.

A transition in motion

  • An increase of the share of renewable energy in energy consumption in the European Union: from 9,6% in 2004 to c. 20% in 2020.
  • The European target is 32% by 20301. In order to achieve this goal, massive investments are required, €1.7 trillion2 over the next 10 years.
  • It also represents an opportunity for institutional investors to play a role in the fight against climate change.

An evolving industry

  • In terms of competitiveness: the ever-falling clean energy production cost puts renewables at parity with conventional generation sources.

  • In terms of innovation: growing number of solutions to the energy transmission, distribution and storage challenges enable integration of existing and emerging renewable technologies in energy systems.

  • In terms of financing: mature renewable energy technologies allow a sound cash flow predictability.

A robust investment theme

  • A way to diversify a portfolio: long-term investments in tangible assets with relatively steady, low volatile, inflation-linked cash flows and low correlation to the business and capital market cycles.
  • Attractive yield potential

A wide range of investment opportunities

Involved from the very beginning in the financing of renewable-sourced energy production infrastructures, Mirova has a unique perspective on this market, contributing to projects that are new, whether in terms of technology, maturity or geography.

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A team of 20 experts dedicated to financing energy transition infrastructures

Drawing on complementary skills from a broad array of disciplines (industrial project development, M&A, transactions services, carbon market, public policy…), the team brings know-how and experience to bear on the financing and management of complex renewable energy projects.

An award-winning infrastructure manager

A key European investor in the field of energy transition infrastructures, Mirova is regularly rewarded3 for the quality work of its teams.


2020 "Most innovative investment strategy" on infrastructures, SIATI


2019 "European Renewables Energy Investor of the year", Infrastructure Investor


2019 "European Energy Investor of the year", Infrastructure Investor


2018 Winner of the "Infrastructure Greenfield" category, Swen Capital ESG Best Practice Honours


2018 "Europe Wind Deal of the Year", Project Finance International


2017 Gold Medal in "Best Green Strategy", SIATI

Our impact-driven approach




We have created an innovative opt-in impact scheme to finance non-profit projects related to fighting against energy poverty and energy access.


We concretely avoid CO2 emissions: 56,377 tons of CO2 emissions avoided since creation6.


We use a pioneering lifecycle approach to environmental, social and biodiversity risks/opportunities assessment.


Our investments contribute to the development of skilled and decent jobs in the energy transition sector in all the geographies where we operate


We sponsor research programs on our projects’ sites in order to increase and share knowledge on biodiversity topics in the context of renewable energy projects.

(1) Source: European Commission, Eurostat.
(2) Source: International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)’s Global Energy Transformation Report- A roadmap to 2050

(3) Reference to a ranking and/or an award does not indicate the future performance of the UCITS
/AIF or the fund manager.

(4) 2°C internal limits non-binding and not mentioned in our fund regulatory documentation, subject to change by Mirova without prior notice.
(5) The Paris Agreement sets out a global framework to avoid dangerous climate change by limiting global warming to below 2°C

(6) Between 2015 and 2019 for all Mirova's energy transition infrastructure funds. Source: Mirova
Discover some of the infrastructure projects financed by Mirova

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RP Global Europe rp-global-mirova-transition-energetique-eolien-hydroelectrique
Corsica Sole corsica-sole-photovoltaique-energie-renouvelable
Masaï eolien-solaire-mirova-investor-transition-energetique
Cogénération Biomasse Novillars (CBN) energie-biomasse-investissement
DANA GAZ engie-mirova-gana-gaz-biogas
RES RES-eolien-suede©ferdinand-stohr
MONET monet-hydoelectric-engie-cnp-assurances-mirova
WINDSKA windska-poland-windfarm-GettyImages
DRIVECO DRIVECO-mobilite-electrique
  • Solar PV | France
  • Sponsor: Neoen
  • Capacity: 300 MW


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RP Global Europe
  • Windfarms & Hydro Portfolio | Europe
  • Sponsor: RP Global
  • Capacity: 254 MW (Enercon, GE)


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Corsica Sole
  • Solar PV + ESS | France
  • Sponsor: Corsica Sole
  • Capacity: 40 MW (SunPower, NIDEC)
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  • Windfarms & Solar PV Portfolio| France
  • Sponsor: Valeco
  • Capacity: 180 MW (Vestas, Enercon, Silia)
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Cogénération Biomasse Novillars (CBN)
  • Wood | France
  • Sponsor: Akuo
  • Capacity: 63 MWth (AET)
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  • Biogas | France
  • Sponsor: Engie
  • Capacity: 17.5 MW
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In April 2020, ENGIE and MIROVA announced this strategic partnership in the biogas sector with the acquisition by our fourth investment strategy dedicated to energy transition infrastructure of a 50% stake into DANA GAZ, a company owning 9 operating biogas plants developed and owned by ENGIE.

The biomethane sector will contribute to a circular economy by recovering waste, creating jobs and supporting agriculture, a key sector for the security of food and energy supply.

  • Windfarms | Sweden
  • Sponsor: RES
  • Capacity: 85.8 MW
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Conceded to Mirova in April 2020, the Rödene wind farm is located near Alingsås in Västra Götaland, Sweden. The project consists of 13 turbines with a total installed capacity of 85.8 MW, equivalent to powering 40,000 homes in Sweden, representing an annual saving of 230,000 tonnes of CO2 equivalent.

  • Hydroelectric | Portugal
  • Sponsor: Engie
  • Capacity: 1.7 GW
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A partnership between Engie, CNP Assurances et Mirova, the hydroelectric portfolio has a generation capacity of 1.7 GW with a weighted average remaining concession term of 45 years and includes three newly commissioned pump storage units along with three recently repowered run-of-river plants.

  • Windfarms | Poland
  • Sponsor: Akuo
  • Capacity: 132 MW
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A partnership between Mirova and Akuo, the wind farms are expected to become operational in 2021 and will produce 100% green energy that will meet the electricity requirements of more than 200,000 Polish homes whilst avoiding the emission of over 300,000 metric tons of CO2 per year.


Electric mobility | Europe 

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As an expert in electric and solar mobility, DRIVECO is continuing its development in an exponentially growing market for recharging solutions for electric vehicles. The company also offers a range of 100% solar-powered recharging stations combining charging stations, photovoltaic energy and intelligent real-time energy management.

Financing the necessary ecological transition of transport
Published on 02/10/2021

The energy, industry, buildings and transport sectors together currently account for three quarters of global greenhouse gas emissions, with mobility alone representing no less than 24% of CO2 emissions caused by energy combustion1. To limit global warming in accordance with the goals of the Paris Agreement, financing the transition of transport towards low-carbon mobility constitutes both an ecological imperative and an opportunity for positive impact investment.

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New Mirova co-investment vehicle participates in major renewable infrastructure project alongside Engie and Credit Agricole Assurances
Published on 01/20/2021

Mirova, an affiliate of Natixis Investment Managers, announces the recent creation of a co-investment vehicle, which has attracted existing investors in its current Energy Transition fund, Mirova Eurofideme 41 (“MEF4”), as well as new clients. The vehicle was created specifically to participate, alongside Engie and Credit Agricole Assurances, in the acquisition of the second largest hydroelectric portfolio in Portugal from EDP. The deal, valued at EUR 2.2 billion, completed in late December.

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Hydrogen mobility pioneer, Hype, is entering a new phase with HysetCo’s acquisition of major taxi firm Slota
Published on 01/19/2021

More than €80 million in funds were raised thanks to the arrival of four new financial partners, which have joined HysetCo and Hype: RGREEN INVEST, Mirova (an affiliate of Natixis Investment Managers), RAISE Impact, and Eiffel Investment Group Acceleration of the development of the Paris region’s network with the commissioning of new refueling stations in 2021, with a view to having 20 stations by 2024 The transformation of Slota’s fleet means replacing 600 more Parisian diesel taxis into zero-emission vehicles.

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wind turbines
Five institutional investors and TTR Energy establish “Hexagon Renewable Energy”
Published on 12/16/2020

TTR Energy, in partnership with five institutional investors establishes “Hexagon Renewable Energy”, an Independent Power Producer (“IPP”), in order to acquire a portfolio of 19 wind projects across France TTR Energy, Crédit Mutuel Capital Privé, Banque des Territoires, Amundi Energy Transition, Generali Global Infrastructure and Mirova, an affiliate of Natixis Investment Managers, are pleased to announce the creation of Hexagon Renewable Energy SA (“Hexagon Energy”). Hexagon Energy will be managed by TTR Energy, an experienced developer, operator and investor in renewable energy assets. The new IPP has acquired a portfolio of 19 wind projects across France for a total capacity in excess of 770 MW.

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RES sells Swedish Wind Farm to Mirova
Published on 04/15/2020

Mirova, one of Europe’s largest investors in renewable energy projects, acquired Rödene Wind Farm from RES RES will construct the project under an EPC contact and once operational, will provide asset management services for the 85.8MW wind farm The project will produce enough low-carbon electricity to displace an estimated 230,000 tonnes CO2 equivalent emissions every year, enough to power the equivalent of 40,000 Swedish homes

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