Triple Point Energy Transition plc

Triple Point Energy Transition plc ("TENT") is an investment trust listed on the Specialist Fund Segment of the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange which aims to have a positive environmental impact by investing in assets that support the transition to a low carbon, more efficient energy system and help the UK achieve Net Zero. We target UK-based assets with high quality counterparties to ensure our shareholders receive an attractive, longterm income source with a positive impact.

We invest in assets which efficiently generate, distribute or consume electricity or heat and which contributes to our target total net asset value (“NAV”) return of 7-8% per annum to shareholders.

About the Board

The Board is responsible for the determination of the Company's investment policy and strategy and have overall responsibility for the Company's activities including the review of investment activity and performance and the control and supervision of the Investment Manager. All of the Directors are non-executive and are independent of the Investment Manager and the other service providers.

Dr. John Roberts CBE


Dr. John Roberts has significant experience in the energy and utilities sectors with a 40-year executive career including senior roles at Manweb plc, Hyder plc and culminating with his role as Chief Executive of United Utilities plc (a long term constituent of the FTSE 100) from which he retired in 2006. Since then, John has held various senior non-executive positions across a range of energy focussed operating companies and funds including BlackRock New Energy Investment Trust plc, Halite Energy Group and First Utility plc. He is currently Chairman of Electricity North West Limited. John is a keen advocate for the environment and, amongst other roles, was a member of the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution, Ofgem's Environmental Advisory Panel and the Renewables Advisory Board, he was also previously Chairman of the North West Energy Council. A qualified engineer and Chartered Certified Accountant, John was made a Doctor of Engineering by the University of Liverpool and an Honorary Fellow of Liverpool John Moores University. He was awarded a CBE in 2004 for his services to the utilities industry.

Rosemary Boot

Non-Executive Senior Independent Director

Rosemary Boot has an investment banking background with 16 years at UBS Warburg, following which she was appointed Group Finance Director of The Carbon Trust, a position she held for over 10 years. Rosemary then held senior executive positions at Circle Housing and, finally, was appointed Chief Financial Officer of Future Cities Catapult, stepping down in 2016. She joined the Board of Southern Water Services Limited in March 2015 and is a member of the Audit and Risk Review Committee in July 2017, having previously served as Chair. Rosemary is also currently a non-executive director of Impact Healthcare REIT plc, where her roles include Senior Independent Director and Chair of the Remuneration Committee, and Urban & Civic plc. Rosemary’s knowledge of the wider low carbon technology sector has been built up over 20 years with other roles including trustee of the Green Alliance Trust, director and steering group member of Chapter Zero Limited and non-executive director of Partnerships for Renewables Limited.

Dr. Anthony White MBE

Non-Executive Director

Dr Anthony White has over 35 years’ experience in international power markets and the low carbon economy from capital markets, analytical and industry strategy roles. His key executive responsibilities included being lead analyst for the top ranked energy team at investment bank James Capel and Head of Citigroup's pan-European power team. He also was National Grid’s Group Head of Strategy in the 1990's. More recently, Anthony was a founder of Climate Change Capital, a specialist low carbon advisory and asset management business, and still consults on developments in the low carbon economy through his company, BW Energy Limited. He is currently a non-executive director of Green Energy Options with previous non-executive director appointments including the National Renewable Energy Centre and the Green Deal Financing Company. Anthony has participated in numerous government advisory bodies on UK energy and power market policy including the Energy Advisory Panel, Commission on Environmental Markets and Economic Reform, Energy Networks Strategy Group and the House of Commons Select Committee on Energy & Climate Change. Anthony was appointed a MBE in 2004 for services to UK energy policy.

Sonia McCorquodale

Non-Executive Director

Sonia McCorquodale has a background in the energy sector with an executive career with a range of companies spanning start up, operational, PFI managed and an A-rated utility group. Her most recent executive role was Managing Director for the Commercial division of Welsh Water Infrastructure Limited and prior to that she was Head of Commercial Projects for AIM listed renewable energy company, Good Energy Limited. Over the past 20 years, Sonia has sat on numerous steering committees and trade bodies including, more recently, the CBI Energy & Climate Change Board, the CBI Heat Policy Group and Entrepreneurial Women in Renewable Energy (EWIRE).

About the Manager

Something happens when people come together.

From the connections we make spring ideas. Fresh solutions to big problems, from how to improve global communications and heat our homes, to how to support businesses and drive the economy. And from solutions like these flow opportunities to create value.

We call it the Triple Point.

It’s the place where people, purpose, and profit meet. Since 2004, we’ve been targeting this Triple Point in areas like digital infrastructure, energy efficiency and social housing, unlocking investment opportunities that make a difference.

Big problems create strong demand. Strong demand drives good investments. Good investments solve big problems.

It means that investors never have to choose between financial returns and social impact. You achieve one by achieving the other.

Management Team

Investment Manager

The key personnel of the Investment Manager are as follows:

Jonathan Hick

Jonathan joined Triple Point in 2021.

He has over 13 years of experience advising on and investing in assets in the UK and internationally, with a focus on sustainable infrastructure assets such as solar, wind and battery technologies. 

He is a chartered accountant (ACA) and hold a Masters in Finance degree from London Business School and a Management with Chinese degree from Nottingham University, where he was awarded the Union Prize for outstanding contribution to the University.

Jonathan is passionate about using finance to drive impact in businesses and specifically to tackle climate change,  and he is an advisor to a number of social enterprise and impact startups. He also developed the UK’s largest student social entrepreneur mentoring programme through Enactus UK and a microfinance fund in Ghana.

Jessica Fisher

Jessica joined Triple Point in 2020 and is an Investment Manager. Prior to joining Triple Point Jessica was portfolio Manager for Zouk Capital LLP and has several years’ experience in renewables, project finance and asset management. Jessica has a BA in Classical Studies, is Prince2 qualified, and has completed the PRI ESG academy.

Archie Campbell

Archie joined Triple Point as an Energy Intern in 2020, working as an asset manager on HNIP whilst supporting other asset managers in the Energy Team.

His background is in electric vehicles, starting his career at Octopus Electric Vehicles working on task automation, and then as a Project Manager for the chargepoint and smart energy device OEM, myenergi.


Archie graduated with a first-class MSci degree from Durham in Earth Sciences.

Patrick Pang

Patrick joined Triple Point in 2017 as an Analyst in the investment team. He was previously in Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking’s Advisory & Project Finance team focused on transactions in energy infrastructure covering oil and gas and power generation assets. Patrick graduated from Imperial College London with degrees in MEng Chemical Engineering and MSc Petroleum Engineering.

Hamish Tate