Infrastructure Coalition Program

Investment Approach

The Infrastructure Coalition Program was established in 2011 to provide direct infrastructure investment exposure to a group of Canadian institutional investors. The fund is uniquely structured to allow for more direct long-term access to the sector, including strong opportunities for co-investment. The fund is now closed.

Management Style

It is a long-term investment vehicle mandated to provide diversified exposure in OECD countries to core infrastructure assets that offer a predictable yield. The Program features an innovative fee structure, which promotes alignment between investors and the fund manager. 

Core Principles

  • Direct long-term access to the sector
  • Strong opportunities for co-investment
  • Predictable yield

The fund’s investments include interests in the following assets:

Thames Water

Thames Water is the largest water and wastewater utility in the United Kingdom, supplying services to 14 million customers.

Raging River Hydroelectric Facility

Raging River is an 8 MW run-of-river hydroelectric project located in Port Alice, British Columbia.

Dorena Hydroelectric Facility

Dorena is a 7.5 MW run-of-river hydroelectric project located in Cottage Grove, Oregon.

Clark Canyon Hydroelectric Facility

Clark Canyon is a 4.7 MW run-of-river hydroelectric project located in Dillon, Montana.