BlackRock has launched an infrastructure strategy designed to take advantage of the ongoing transition to sustainable energy.
More than half the strategy will be allocated to Europe initially, with a global focus becoming prominent “over the decades to come”, with a range of open-ended vehicles planned for the second half of 2022.
On a granular level, this includes investments in utilities and end-to-end renewable energy infrastructure, data centres, grid digitisation, batteries and natural gas storage which can be adapted for hydrogen.
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