Why ThomasLloyd

Our focus on the lastingly attractive market of infrastructure in Asia is and remains to us the right way of disconnecting ourselves to the greatest possible extent from current general market developments, and therefore building upon our market position as one of the leading independent infrastructural investors in Asia.

T.U. MICHAEL SIEG, Chairman, CEO & Founder

  • Prof. Dr. Justin Yifu Lin

    Former Chief Economist and Vice President of the World Bank

    ThomasLloyd Cleantech Congress Europe, Frankfurt, January 2014

    The only way out is to have a new path that is green growth. To use renewable growth to deliver energy – solar energy and wind power – instead of the coal-based energy supply. And that is the only solution.

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  • Thomas Ossowski

    German Ambassador to the Philippines

    Official inauguration of SaCaSol I, San Carlos City, Philippines, May 2014

    In Germany already hundreds of thousands of solar panels cover our roof-tops. But (...) when I see the very hot climate here in the Philippines (...), I am attempted to say: solar energy is coming home.

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  • Hon. Loren Legarda

    Senator of the Republic of the Philippines

    Official inauguration of SaCaSol I, San Carlos City, Philippines, May 2014

    This project demonstrates that indeed renewable energy projects are indispensable to national development. We know, the benefits adress the countries growing energy demand.

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  • Jesse Ang

    Country Head of the Philippines International Finance Corporation World Bank Group

    ThomasLloyd Investment Symposium Philippines, October 2011

    The Philippines are among one of the most promising markets for renewable energies in South East Asia. By 2017, 90% of all households are to be connected to the power supply. (…) ThomasLloyd recognised this development early on and has already conceptualised and realised groundbreaking projects.

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  • Prof. Dr. Dr. Hans-Werner Sinn

    President of the IFO Institute for Economic Research

    ThomasLloyd Cleantech Congress Europe, Stuttgart, January 2012

    It should actually be self-evident: we have a climate problem in this world, which must be solved. (...) private economic activities offering alternative energies profitably are the right thing.

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  • Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Ali Al Nuaimi

    Ambassador of World Green Citizen and member of one of the ruling Royal Families in the United Arab Emirates

    ThomasLloyd Cleantech Congress Europe, Frankfurt, February 2013

    The environment does not belong to you or to me. This is what the creator God gave us all. To work, to learn, to love and to respect, to make good business, but to leave a legacy. To leave this planet and this air for not just generations - for the whole mankind.

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  • Arnold Schwarzenegger

    38th Governor of California, USA

    ThomasLloyd Cleantech Congress Europe, Frankfurt, February 2013

    We are here today to celebrate the real action heroes, that are fighting for clean energy. Those are the real action heroes. Your company helps empower those heroes.

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  • Prof. Peter Guthrie

    Global expert for the sustainable development of infrastructures and professor at the University of Cambridge

    ThomasLloyd Cleantech Congress Europe, Frankfurt, January 2014

    And the opportunity for alternative approaches to completely traditional, grid-connected electricity presents itself very powerfully.

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  • President Bill Clinton

    Founder „Clinton Foundation“, 42nd President of the United States of America

    ThomasLloyd Cleantech Congress Europe, Frankfurt, January 2014

    If I were running a country in South-East Asia today, I would want to get as much locally generated clean-technology electricity as I possibly could.

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  • His Excellency Benigno S. Aquino III

    President of the Republic of the Philippines

    Official inauguration of SaCaSol I, San Carlos City, Philippines, May 2014

    Today, we are not just inaugurating a power plant; we are also making history: (…) With your help we are proving the world: even developing countries such as ours can do their share in reducing the risks posed by global warming.

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  • Lord Nicholas Stern

    Leading Global Economist and Chair of the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment

    ThomasLloyd Cleantech Congress Europe, Frankfurt, February 2013

    Your actions as you move strongly investing in this area are changing the politics, they´re changing the understanding. And that means that you are at the vanguard of this whole political story as well as the economic and business story.

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The fact that ThomasLloyd is one of the leading direct investors in the infrastructure market today is due first and foremost to its employees. The key factor was that we were able to secure the services of some of the most capable people both inside and outside of our industry. They made this success possible!


Newsroom – Current News

09.2015
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BusinessWorld: Macquarie-managed fund acquires SaCaSol

A Fund managed by the Macquarie group has completed the acquisition of a majority stake in San Carlos Solar Energy Inc. (SaCaSol), whose farm was expanded last week to hit its maximum capacity of 45 megawatts. “In doing so, SaCaSol goes from being the first, to also currently the largest solar power farm in the country,” the firm said in a statement on Friday. The 70-hectare solar farm is located in San Carlos City, Negros Occidental, which is becoming “the renewable energy center” of the Visayas region. It is also found within the 405-hectare San Carlos Economic Zone. Inaugurated in May 2014, the solar farm is composed of around 175,000 panels. It provides electricity to over 100,000 homes and supplies daytime peak power to the Visayas Grid. SaCaSol said the investors of Philippine Investment Alliance for Infrastructure (PINAI) fund, which is managed by Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets, include the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS), Asian Development Bank (ADB), Langoer Investments Holdings B.V., and Macquarie.

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09.2015
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Bloomberg: ThomasLloyd Makes a Further Divestment of its Solar Portfolio in the Philippines

Following the sale of San Carlos Solar Energy Inc. (SaCaSol) in June 2015, which included a 45 MW solar facility at San Carlos City, Negros Occidental, ThomasLloyd CTI Asia Holdings Pte Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of ThomasLloyd SICAV-SIF-Cleantech Infrastructure Fund, today confirmed that it had divested all of its rights to the projects of Negros Island Solar Power Inc. in a second transaction with Philippine Investment Alliance for Infrastructure (PINAI). These rights include the ‘in construction’ 32 MW solar facility at La Carlota and the 48 MW solar facility at Manapla also on Negros Occidental, all of which is expected to benefit from the government Feed-in-Tariff. Both transactions combined represent 125 MW of total installed solar capacity, which will be equivalent to 25% of the solar FiT Tariff quota within the Philippines.

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09.2015
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Reuters: ThomasLloyd Makes a Further Divestment of its Solar Portfolio in the Philippines

Following the sale of San Carlos Solar Energy Inc. (SaCaSol) in June 2015, which included a 45 MW solar facility at San Carlos City, Negros Occidental, ThomasLloyd CTI Asia Holdings Pte Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of ThomasLloyd SICAV-SIF-Cleantech Infrastructure Fund, today confirmed that it had divested all of its rights to the projects of Negros Island Solar Power Inc. in a second transaction with Philippine Investment Alliance for Infrastructure (PINAI). These rights include the ‘in construction’ 32 MW solar facility at La Carlota and the 48 MW solar facility at Manapla also on Negros Occidental, all of which is expected to benefit from the government Feed-in-Tariff. Both transactions combined represent 125 MW of total installed solar capacity, which will be equivalent to 25% of the solar FiT Tariff quota within the Philippines.

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