leading on impact


EIP is a purpose-built investment platform.


our sixth consecutive impact report, 2024 Impact & ESG Performance Report, dives into our carbon impact, investment themes, and the ways in which we accelerate the zero-carbon journeys of our industrial partners.


previous year’s impact and ESG performance reports:

2023 Impact & ESG Performance Report and Technical Appendix
2022 Impact & ESG Performance Report
2021 Impact & ESG Performance Report
2020 Impact & ESG Performance Report

other publications:

our white paper, Know Your Impact: Our Approach to Emissions Reductions Measurement, explains how we invest in climate innovations that provide both high financial returns and high reductions in carbon emissions.



the portfolio companies shown below have been selected as a representative example of certain ESG or impact related projects, activities and/or ventures

Sense Labs, Inc., founded in 2013, provides home intelligence through non-intrusive load disaggregation technology. Using its hardware and machine-learning cloud software, Sense delivers customers detailed, real-time information about their homes through a consumer app. The Boston-based company, led by a successful entrepreneur, has developed leading technology that could be valuable in numerous, large markets (energy, insurance, smart home, electronics, etc.).
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myenergi, founded in 2016, is renowned for producing the world’s first solar-compatible EV charger – zappi. Alongside being able to charge an electric vehicle from mains supply, it has the capability to harness 100% renewable energy by constantly monitoring self-generation and diverting available renewable power to the charger. The company specialises in helping consumers to monitor, manage and maximise their own renewable generation, and use energy – including to charge an electric vehicle – in the smartest way possible.
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Rondo Energy is developing thermal storage technology for industrial heat electrification and decarbonization.
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ESG Book is a global leader in sustainability data and technology. Incubated by Arabesque in 2018, ESG Book combines cutting-edge technology and proprietary research. ESG Book’s wide range of cloud-based sustainability products and solutions are used by many of the world’s leading financial organisations. The company has offices in London, Frankfurt, Boston, Singapore, Delhi and Tokyo and serves clients worldwide from offices in Asia, Europe and North America.
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The Rheaply platform is a cloud-based resource exchange technology application for connecting people and organizations with resources, improving reuse outcomes, and catalyzing the circular economy. As the only market solution that combines an asset management system with an online marketplace, Rheaply’s platform enables organizations to exchange materials and resources more effectively, eliminating unnecessary waste, avoiding carbon emissions, and reducing spend.
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Hippo Harvest is building a robotics-enabled, next generation greenhouse company leveraging off-the-shelf robotics, sensors and hydroponic growing systems to deliver indoor grown produce at competitive prices to outdoor farms.
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we are committed to  setting standards on ESG reporting, transparency and measurement



we encourage accountability and transparency of our ESG and impact principles. we are a signatory to the UNPRI.  we are a member of the Initiative Climate International (iCl), a subgroup of UNPRI specifically formed to work on reducing carbon emissions of private equity-backed companies and securing sustainable investment performance by recognizing and incorporating the materiality of climate risk. we are a supporter of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) as we believe the TCFD recommendations provide a useful framework for increasing transparency on climate-related risks and opportunities within financial markets.

learn more about our ESG policy HERE.
read our Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) HERE.


Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR)
Regulation (EU) 2020/852, approved by the European Parliament and the Council on June 18, 2020, establishes a framework called the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR). this European directive’s primary objective is to enhance transparency in sustainable investments and provide comprehensive information about sustainability risks to investors. it imposes requirements on fund managers to disclose sustainability-related information to their end-investors at every stage of the investment process. you can find more details about this regulation on the European Commission website.

For Energy Impact Partners’ relevant disclosures, please email impact@energyimpactpartners.com.