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Rob Stein, President of Skyline Clean Energy Fund’s, explains how the Fund has grown to over $222+ million in assets under management1 in just three years. As one of Canada’s clean energy experts, Rob’s decade of experience in building, maintaining, and acquiring solar assets has contributed to the fund’s continued growth and historical stability.

Learn about:

  • How Skyline Clean Energy Fund has had historically stable performance – even in challenging economic times.
  • How vertical integration within Skyline Group of Companies creates value for the Funds investors.
  • How the Funds acquisition strategy has led to historically stable growth for investors.

Skyline Clean Energy Fund (SCEF) is available to Accredited investors only. Learn more

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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.


1. Total Assets Under Management (“TAUM”): 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. TAUM is an unaudited number and as at February 28th, 2022.


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