Skyline Clean Energy Fund: A Growth-Oriented Private Equity Investment

With Skyline Clean Energy Fund, Canadians are investing in clean, renewable energy with 100% stable and steady historical returns.

Revenue is generated through producing clean, sustainable power via renewable energy assets, such as utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) and Biogas plants. The power is purchased by creditworthy counterparts, such as the Ontario provincial government. These purchase agreements are backed by long-term contracts.

Cash flow is retained and re-invested into the acquisition of new income-producing clean energy assets, and into the optimization of current assets, generally resulting in a compounding effect on Skyline Clean Energy Fund’s unit value.

Fund Highlights

  • $14.12 unit value,1 +41.6% since inception in May 2018
  • 10.92% 1-year annualized return1
  • 8.67% 3-year annualized return1
  • 8.81% annualized return since inception1
  • $270 Million total assets under management2

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Unit Value Growth

This unit value chart shows the unit value growth for Skyline Clean Energy Fund since inception (May 2018). As of April 2022, the Skyline Clean Energy Fund unit value is reported to investors quarterly.


Skyline Clean Energy Fund seeks to build value for its investors through the acquisitions of high-quality clean energy assets and businesses that generate sustainable, growing cash flows, with the objective of achieving appropriate risk-adjusted returns over the long term.

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1 As at July 1st, 2022. The annualized return is based on a single unit initial investment in the Skyline Clean Energy Fund inclusive of unit price changes.
2 Prior to December 1, 2020, SCEF had reported Total Assets as being the value on the IFRS compliant balance sheet. This meant joint venture assets being reported as equity investments on a net asset basis, as opposed to reporting both the equity and debt portion of the joint venture asset.
As of December 1, 2020, SCEF is reporting Total Assets Under Management (“TAUM”) in place of Total Assets. TAUM has been calculated monthly since the Fund’s inception and has replaced any previously reported Total Assets. The TAUM metric will report the proportionately owned assets and liabilities of these joint venture assets. SCEF believes reporting the TAUM is more reflective of the actual total value of the assets that the Fund owns, as well as the credit risk associated with these assets. As at July 1, 2022.