An international leader in infrastructure
We invest in essential infrastructure, working closely with an international network of industrial partners. We have completed a series of strategically important transactions in Europe and the Americas, becoming the second-largest owner of toll roads in the world, an airport operator serving more than 74m passengers a year, and a renewable energy producer with over 3.5GW of installed capacity.
Effective and inclusive stakeholder engagement
The assets we own are essential to the prosperity of communities and countries. High-quality transport networks, fast and stable telecommunications, reliable and sustainable sources of energy and health services are vital for economic and social development. We build trusting relationships with public and private stakeholders to support sustainable development that brings broad social benefits.
Anticipating the future of infrastructure: digital for climate
We lead our sector in researching the opportunities that digitalization creates in our asset class. The market is facing technological disruption as physical assets are combined with digital services to create new propositions. This changes both the way people access the essential infrastructure around them, and the means of value creation for investors and communities.
Towards a sustainable vision for infrastructure
In line with Ardian’s long-term commitment to invest responsibly and sustainably, our team is constantly exploring how to help improve the impact of infrastructure on the environment and reduce carbon emissions through technological innovation, energy efficiency, increased use of green power, etc. As part of this asset management work stream, we support all our management teams in undertaking measurable carbon reduction initiatives.
We are invested in the Energy Transition
With Hy24 and portfolio company Geosel we are invested in the energy transition!
Discover how Pierre-Etienne Franc and Laurent Fayollas are unlocking the future of global investment in the hydrogen economy to reach net zero by 2050.
And see how we're already making that transition with Geosel, an Ardian Infrastructure portfolio company, from oil to hydrogen storage in the beautiful land of Manosque, France.
Ardian Infrastructure has 45 investment professionals based in Paris, Frankfurt, London, Madrid, Milan, Luxembourg, New York and Santiago de Chile. They operate as a single team on transactions across Europe and the Americas.
"Ardian is more than a financial investor in infrastructure. We have the scale and expertise of a leading industrial player, with a deep understanding of how digitalization and climate change are transforming our asset class."
IJInvestor Awards 2021
Ardian Infrastructure was rewarded for its acquisition of Nevel in Finland by winning IJInvestor's "EMEA - District heating" prize.
IJGLOBAL Awards 2020
In June 2021, Ardian Infrastructure was honored at the IJGLOBAL Awards 2020 for their refinancing of A88, which was European Refinancing Transport Motorway Deal of the Year.
Infrastructure Investor Awards 2020
In March 2021, Ardian Infrastructure won the title of Energy investor of the year in the Global category at the Infrastructure Investor awards 2020.
Ardian infrastructure received the awards of Equity Fundraising of the year Global and Europe at the Infrastructure Investor awards 2019.
Our latest publications
Corporate Document | Ardian Infrastructure
FIFTEEN YEARS AT THE HEART OF INFRASTRUCTURE.
Infrastructure has become a critical asset class for investors seeking consistent long-term returns. Essential infrastructure investments offer protection from infl ation and ensure that balance sheet liabilities, such as life insurance and pension payments, are covered.
The Augmented Infrastructure: digital for climate?
At the third edition of Paris Infraweek, Ardian held a conference focusing on the impact of digital technology on worldwide CO2 emissions. On this occasion, Ardian Infrastructure and Fabernovel released the follow-up of the "The Augmented Infrastructure" study on the issue of “digital for climate”. Read the new Study!