Equilibrium Proprietary Investment Strategies
Equilibrium Water, Waste & Energy
Targets the emerging investment opportunities in U.S. water and waste. Provides project-level capital to leading developers that design, build and operate projects in the agriculture, food and municipal wastewater sectors. Generates contracted revenue streams from tipping fees, renewable energy and nutrient sales.
Equilibrium Controlled Environment Foods Fund
The Controlled Environment Foods strategy manages capital to invest in a diversified North American portfolio of advanced technology growing facilities. The facilities deliver year-round fresh produce and other foods, in integrated distribution relationships with major retailers. The strategy builds on proprietary Equilibrium relationships across the controlled environment production and distribution value chain.
Equilibrium Affiliates Strategies
In addition to the Equilibrium developed proprietary investment strategies, Equilibrium also invests in affiliated fund managers. We are an active investor/shareholder and part of the governance and investment management decisioning in these affiliated fund managers.
Each of our Equilibrium affiliates’ strategy is based on the same common criteria as our Equilibrium proprietary strategies:
- Sustainability-driven investment thesis that can drives a performance advantage
- A market inefficiency, mis-priced asset, mis-priced risk, barriers to capital access, or miss-understood asset class.
- Significant opportunity for demand or supply side growth and scale
- Bringing together investment management and sector operations expertise for risk management and performance advantages
Value-added, sustainable real estate development and investment funds. Focused on urban, in-fill, office, apartment and mixed-use properties in the U.S. Develops and manages LEED-certified properties, with over 60 green projects totaling over $6 billion in real estate value throughout the U.S since 1996.
Develops and operates large scale working landscapes in a stewardship development model. Looks at the many layers of long term sustainable value that can be created in any landscape and restoration, from food, energy, water, community, and environmental services.