AltAssets is delighted to announce the return of the Renewable Energy Forum.

In response to demand from our institutional investor community, we are pleased to announce that the Renewable Energy Forum is back!

The Forum will take place in London on Thursday 22nd February 2018. It will connect the most prominent institutional investors, fund managers and developers in the clean energy and renewables space.

Places at the Renewable Energy Forum are restricted to 50 LPs, 50 GPs and selected service providers.

sample of attendees registered:

Our network of speakers include:

Jean-Bastien Auger

Senior Director, Infrastructure, PSP Investments

Dawn Turner

CEO, Brunel Pension Partnership

Jon Boles

Director, Institutional Business International, KGAL

Skip McMullan

Chair, Bank of America UK Pension Plan, Deputy Chairman, London Pensions Fund Authority

Jeroen Wolfs

Director of Infrastructure Investments, PGGM

Graham Rose

Partner, Bain & Company

Scott Mackin

Managing Partner & Co-President, Denham Capital

Duncan Hale

Portfolio Manager, Secure Income Fund, Willis Watson Towers

Johan Reynaert

Senior Investment Manager, PMV

Hakim Drissi

Managing Director, Wren House Infrastructure

Keith Mangan

Portfolio Manager - Renewables, BlackRock

Toby Buscombe

Partner & Global Head of Infrastructure , Mercer

Diana Wesselius

Manager of Private Equity, Energy Investments, Energy Investments, FMO

Mike Weston

Chief Executive, PiP Funds

Maheep Jain

Investment Director - Infrastructure, CDC Group

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Gain in-depth insight into the opportunities and risk associated with investing in renewables, find out where and how peers will be allocating capital in 2018 and beyond, build and enhance relationships with the most successful and promising fund managers, developers and financiers.


Share market knowledge and insights with the leading investors and financiers who are driving activity in clean energy and renewables. Meet and interact with dozens of LPs in a single day at a fraction of the cost and time it would otherwise take.


Connect directly with institutional investors and clean energy and renewables fund managers who are looking to identify attractive investment opportunities and support experienced project developers.


who can contribute expertise to the knowledge-sharing debate, are able to gain exclusive access to leading GPs and LPs  and to promote the value of their services at the Forum and, subsequently, to the global AltAssets audience.



The Renewable Energy Forum offers the feel and benefits of an exclusive private members club, as opposed to a mass conference, and invitations to participate are restricted to industry leaders. The unique environment of the Forum facilitates networking and discussion at the highest level between senior institutional investor decision-makers, fund managers and project developers and financiers.

Previous AltAssets LP-GP Forums have directly resulted in numerous new business relationships being formed and substantial investments being made. The majority of attendees at previous events have emphatically ranked them as more valuable than any other event in their calendars.

Driven by Limited Partners

AltAssets works closely with Limited Partners to identify the leading GPs in any sector, along with fund managers to watch, and invites them to participate in LP-GP Forums.  Limited Partners also advise on the structure and content of the day, on the issues to be addressed and on which organsiations are regarded as value-adding event partners or sponsors.

This approach ensures an intensive and productive day, during which LPs get to meet the best fund managers and developers in the sector, interact with respected peers and discuss the investment issues that matter most to them.

Exclusive Network

Participants at this Forum will comprise: senior investment decision-makers from LP organisations; investment managers from the very best GPs and corporate investors; fund managers and financiers; and a very restricted number of expert professionals from event partner organisations.