Progress Report 2022

Our impact 

Green energy projects in development around the world1

85+ GW

Committed or arranged into green energy projects around the world in past 10 years2

£26+ billion

Part of the world’s largest infrastructure asset manager3

#1

212,093 kt CO2e emissions avoidance, equivalent to removing nearly three million cars from the road4

3 million cars

590,318 GWh renewable energy generation, equivalent to meeting the electricity needs of more than five million homes5

5 million homes

Global development pipeline

GIG has investments and operations in over 25 markets around the world


Core renewables 

Offshore wind

Onshore wind

Solar



Beyond renewables 

Battery storage

Bioenergy

CCUS

Hydrogen and renewable fuels

Heat/transport electrification

  1. The total capacity of green energy assets in development that GIG has an equity investment in or that are included in funds using the GIG brand (specifically MGREF1, MGREF2 and MGETS) as at 30 September 2022. The GW figure includes 100% of the potential generating capacity of each asset, not the proportion owned/managed by GIG or the funds. 
  2. Combining historic activity from 2012 to 31 March 2022 where GIB, GIG or Macquarie Capital have contributed equity or debt.
  3. IPE Real Assets July / August 2022
  4. Total estimated greenhouse gas emissions avoidance over the lifetime of our investments to date. Estimated number of equivalent cars removed for 25 years, based on standardised petrol vehicle efficiency and mileage. For more information on the green impact of our activities, including green impact data specific to the reporting period, see the Green Impact Statements at the end of this report.
  5. Total estimated energy generation over the lifetime of our investments to date. Equivalent homes powered for 25 years, based on country specific data (Enerdata). For more information on the green impact of our activities, including green impact data specific to the reporting period, see the Green Impact Statements at the end of this report.