Nuveen Infrastructure, one of the world’s largest fund managers investing in clean energy, has become the latest organization to join SolarPower Europe, which was recently ranked by InfluenceMap as the second leading E.U. association for climate policy engagement.
Nuveen joins more than 280 organizations across the European solar supply chain in presenting a unified industry voice to shape the E.U.’s policy and environment. Nuveen said its membership of SolarPower Europe underscores its strong commitment to ESG, as it joins SolarPower Europe’s Solar Steward Initiative. This initiative is designed to further develop supply-chain transparency and sets a set of overall ESG performance standards in the solar supply chain.
Nuveen has joined SolarPower Europe following a series of recent European investments, including the acquisition of a 65-megawatt Italian solar PV portfolio in April. This comes alongside a period of sustained success for Nuveen’s IPP, BNZ, which