With governments increasingly relying on infrastructure investment to stimulate economies and deliver climate-focused policies, the asset class has been a bright spot throughout the COVID-19 crisis. Amundi Energy Transition focuses on long-term financing of renewable assets to support the net zero economy. With 11 experienced professionals and €500m of AuM¹, Amundi Energy Transition currently has over 350 assets in its portfolio and 1,800 MW under management.

A new player focusing on long-term financing of renewable assets to support the net zero economy

€500 M

in assets under management 1


dedicated employees




Amundi Energy Transition (AET), the investment Fund dedicated to green infrastructures from the European leader in asset management.

Founded in 2016, AET is an innovative player which encourages energy transition.

AET invests in diversified energy transition assets, including:

  • renewable energy production infrastructures (wind, solar, hydraulics, biogas, …)
  • distribution and energy efficiency infrastructures (heating networks, cogeneration, storage and frequency regulation, …)
  • consumption infrastructures (electric mobility, energy retrofitting, smart metering, … )

AET manages more than 350 assets with a total installed capacity of 1.8 GW, including cogeneration units, wind farms and solar power plants, and an investment capacity of around €2bn2.

Thanks to its partnerships with French and international energy project developers and major utilities such as Dalkia, Urbasolar, Sonnedix and Luminus, AET benefits from solid industrial know-how and financial expertise in the risks associated with energy projects.

AET has strong expertise in developing innovating legal structures. These structures enable stakeholders to maintain their natural contacts (operating companies, management companies, etc.) as well as their operational independence.







AET – an innovative player offering green infrastructure investment solutions to clients wishing to maximise their returns.

AET’s institutional funds are offered to French and international Tier 1 and Tier 2 clients wishing to maximise their returns. These are long-term investments (25 years) in physical assets associated with renewable energy generation (wind, solar, etc.) and energy efficiency (district heating networks, cogeneration, to name a few). These investments focus on yield: annual distributions over an extended holding period in order to achieve an attractive IRR.

Over the past 4 years, AET has invested in various sectors of the renewable sector, including biomass, solar power and onshore wind, and concluded partnership agreements with leading industrial partners.

After only four years of operations, AET has demonstrated its ability to meet its commitments to investors by offering them the opportunity to participate in energy transition through projects with stable returns over time.

Investments in biomass, solar power and onshore wind include:

  • Energy-efficient cogeneration and heat production from biomass represent more than 190 installations, with a total installed capacity of more than 550 MW. AET benefits from Dalkia's technical expertise on these heat production assets.
  • Solar power in France, Italy and Spain with an installed capacity of more than 350 MW, with renowned industrial partners such as Sonnedix and Urbasolsar.
  • Onshore wind through a portfolio of wind farms located in France and Belgium of more than 850 MW, with financial and industrial partners such as TTR Energy, Opale Energies Naturelles, Luminus.

Sonnedix: a global solar Independent Power Producer (IPP) focused on delivering high-performance solar photovoltaic plants, founded in 2009. Amundi Energy Transition has been supporting Sonnedix since December 2020.
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Opale Energies Naturelles was founded in 2008 and is a player focusing on developing wind farms. Amundi Energy Transition has been supporting Opale Energies Naturelles since December 2020.
To find more on Opale Energies Naturelles


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How best to integrate ESG at the core of our investment processes?

ESG has been at the core of Amundi Energy Transition since its creation in 2016 and has been developing innovative solutions to finance the energy transition and fight global warming.

But how are ESG criteria incorporated into Amundi Energy Transition’s investment processes? And what ESG concrete actions are carried out within Amundi Energy Transition?

Read Amundi Energy Transition’s Responsible Investment charter and report to find out more on how responsible investing is playing a crucial role in Amundi Energy Transition's investment processes today.

Responsible Investment policy

Responsible Investor Charter

Responsible Investor Report

1. Source: Amundi including investments managed  on behalf of other expertise (30/09/2023)

2. Source: Amundi as at 30/09/2023. Funds managed by AET and related bank financing.

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