Our Results


Rising urbanisation and demographic changes will spur greater need for physical infrastructure and power generation capacity in most parts of Asia, especially in developing and emerging countries of the region. As countries move up the value chain, demand for reliable and clean sources of energy, transport, logistics and utilities will continue to grow, but numerous recent studies have reported an increasing funding gap. The Asian Development Bank forecasts that Asia needs US$8 trillion in the decade to 2020 to plug its infrastructure deficit.

In the last 12 years, ThomasLloyd has advised and/or invested in numerous companies and projects in the infrastructure sector throughout North America, Europe and Asia with an continued focus on clean technologies and an aggregated transaction volume of US$ 3.0 billion, creating shared value for both investors and communities.

To leverage its successful track record as financial advisor and principal investor in the sector and accelerate the Firm´s social impact ThomasLloyd launched in 2011 its Cleantech Infrastructure Investment Platform. Since its launch ThomasLloyd initiated and realised as Co-developer and “Enabling”- Investor infrastructure projects in the area of power generation and transmission in Asia with total implementation costs in excess of US$ 700 million.

Environmental and social benefits

created by ThomasLloyd Group´s direct investments

The direct impact described above only provides an incomplete picture of the effects of ThomasLloyd infrastructure
projects in South East Asia. When the indirect effects and consequences for society and the environment are considered,
the result is a significantly larger indirect impact. 

Our planet – A closed ecosystem

It doesn't matter to the world's climate where carbon emissions are produced or saved. ThomasLloyd infrastructure projects are mostly in emerging economies because, with their rudimentary infrastructures, the potential reductions there are greater than in industrialised nations. So you can do more there to protect the climate for every dollar received.


Socially responsible investment highlights

Achieved multiple sustainability awards & Ratings

IFC Sustainable Energy Finance Award

The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, has awarded this year’s Sustainable Energy Finance Award to San Carlos Solar Energy Inc.

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Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Award

San Carlos Solar Energy, Inc. has been presented with the Best Practices Award 2014 in the Philippines Solar Photovoltaic (PV) System Integrator of the Year category.

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Asian Power Awards

SaCaSol I has won a highly prestigious silver Asian Power Award 2014 in the Solar Power Project of the Year category in the annual “Oscars” of the power industry in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, hosted by leading Asian media group Charlton Media.

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Green Company of the Year 2014

Asia CEO Forum has honoured San Carlos Solar Energy Inc., the solar power holding company of the ThomasLloyd Cleantech Infrastructure Fund, with the Green Company of the Year award.

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Telos awards AAA to ThomasLloyd investment process

Rating agency Telos has granted a AAA rating to the investment process of the ThomasLloyd SICAV – Sustainable Infrastructure Income Fund (TL SIIF) and attested to its "highest standards of quality".

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ÖGUT sustainability report

“Highly compatible” and “a stable outlook in the medium term” – these were the assessments of the Austrian Society for Environment and Technology (ÖGUT) in its expert report on the ThomasLloyd SICAV-SIF – Cleantech Infrastructure Fund

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