AIC survey: Managers back renewable energy infrastructure for 2022

18% believe it will be the top performer

Kathleen Gallagher
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There are currently 21 investment companies in the renewable energy infrastructure sector
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There are currently 21 investment companies in the renewable energy infrastructure sector

Managers of investment companies have backed renewable energy infrastructure as the best performing asset class for 2022, in an annual poll by the Association of Investment Companies (AIC).

One in five (18%) of managers said they expected the renewable energy infrastructure asset class to perform the strongest, with mid-cap equities just behind at 17%. There are currently 21 investment companies in the renewable energy infrastructure sector, which is on an average premium of 7.7%, according to the AIC website. HydrogenOne Capital Growth is trading on the highest premium at 20.6%, while just four trusts are trading on a discount. When asked what stock market sector would perform strongest, alternative energy and REITs received the most votes, with 12% each. AIC calls f...

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