The energy transition is expected to accelerate as countries and corporations seek to decarbonize and meet their emission reduction targets over the next 10 to 30 years
Vital to society as drinking water as well as to industrial settings – rising global demand should lead to sustainable revenue growth for water utilities and water infrastructure solutions companies
Tech companies continue to ramp up investments in data centres, which serve as the backbone for the cloud infrastructure. Wireless towers are required for the world's increasing data transmission needs
Spending on traditional infrastructure, such as, bridges, toll roads, ports and airports is expected to grow and aging assets require modernization
Energy consumption is growing with global economic growth and around the world - these essential services have little competition and high barriers to entry
Middlefield’s infrastructure strategies are designed for investors seeking income and growth. Investors can access a well-diversified portfolio of long-life, in-demand infrastructure assets that sustainably provide essential services to society, such as power, water and data. Business sustainability considerations enhance fundamental analysis and are integral to investment decision-making. ESG conscious investors can align their values with their investments using Middlefield’s robust ESG screening process and approach.
Available Infrastructure Solution Types
Our Infrastructure Solutions Aim to Deliver Superior Returns Relative to their Investment Risk
Infrastructure Related Company Insights
Real assets, such as infrastructure, are becoming a higher priority for investors due to their long-duration cash flows, high barriers to entry and low competition
Infrastructure assets generate high levels of resilient income that does not lose its purchasing power due to inflation-linked contracts. Certain areas of infrastructure, such as renewable energy, are receiving massive attention governments, corporations and consumers as economies transition their power needs from two-thirds fossil fuels to two-thirds renewables.
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