Skyline Clean Energy Fund:
A Rising Demand on Canadian Clean Energy Investments
Join Skyline's executives to learn how you can take part against climate change while earning potential equity growth through investing in Skyline's Clean Energy Fund.
Sustainable investing and Skyline Clean Energy Fund
With interest in sustainable investing on the rise in 2021, more investors are seeking investment funds that not only generate attractive returns, but employ ethical and responsible environmental, social, or governance practices.
Sustainable investing is a term that is often used interchangeably with socially responsible investing, but there is a notable difference. Sustainable investing can more broadly describe a class of investments that offer a positive impact on society and/or the environment. Socially responsible investing, by comparison, is a method of investing that filters particular investments based on the investor’s personal values and preferences.
Skyline Clean Energy Fund is an example of a sustainable investment that is not only making a positive impact by decarbonizing the energy grid in Canada, but also has extensive clean energy expertise behind it, to help generate maximum value for investors.
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