Our long-term commitment to renewable energy

Macquarie - and its managed funds - is one of the world’s largest investors in renewable energy having invested or arranged more than $A60 billion of investment into renewable energy projects since 2010.

Macquarie has a substantial and longstanding commitment to the renewable energy and clean technology sectors as a fund and project manager, adviser, financier, and participant in environmental markets. We also actively invest in these sectors alongside our clients.

Our support for the renewable energy and clean technology sectors is part of a broader commitment to infrastructure. Macquarie has more than $A146 billion of infrastructure assets under management globally and co-invests alongside the world’s leading institutional investors including public sector pension funds.

Our renewable energy credentials

$A9.0 billion

invested or arranged in renewable energy in FY2020

12,800 MW

renewable energy in operation or under management globally1

$A20.4 billion

renewable energy assets under management

Renewables: from alternative source to major energy force

As the world moves rapidly towards green energy, Macquarie explores how the power landscape will look 10 years from now.

Powering the future

Macquarie explores how a new wave of innovation is powering the next phase of renewable energy


MGT Teesside: Having the confidence to deliver

Developed by MGT Power and located in North-East England, Tees Renewable Energy Plant will be the world’s largest new-build biomass plant. MGT Power partnered with Macquarie to successfully commercialise, structure and finance the project through development to financial close in August 2016, with construction due to be completed by 2020.

The future of investment in renewable energy

Our experts explore the investment outlook for renewable energy and the viability of projects in UK and Europe, as the sector becomes increasingly less reliant on government subsidies.

  1. As at 31 March 2020 MW of renewable energy assets in operation reflects 100% generating capacity of each asset, not the proportion owned/managed by Macquarie.