Energy Transition Venture Capital
ENION Partners is a Venture Capital firm aiming to offer financial and strategic value to its Limited Partners by investing in early-stage technology-based start-ups that accelerate the energy industry transformation and climate action.
Rosario Nistal Murillo
Gerente de Inversiones
AXIS Participaciones Empresariales SGEIC, S.A.
Irene Bertran Aixut
Institut Català de Finances
Carlos Llombart Fuertes
Chief Legal Officer
Miguel Rodrigo Gonzalo
Head of Regulatory Framework and Corporate Strategy
Instituto para la Diversificación y Ahorro de la Energía
Joseba Mikel Lasa Morán
What we do
We invest in seed+ and series A technology-based startups that create solutions for the energy transition and climate change mitigation. We look for early-stage start-ups owning solutions “Ready to Pilot or Ready to Sell”.
Our value proposition
We believe in supporting innovators to change the world for better.
“With reference to Article 6.1.a of Regulation (EU) 2019/2088 of 27 November 2019 on sustainability-related disclosures in the financial services sector (hereinafter "SFDR"), the investment process takes into account sustainability risks and is based on internal and third party analysis. For this purpose, the Management Company will use its own methodology and will take as a reference the available information published by the entities in which it invests and may take into account the ESG ratings published by credit rating companies, as well as use data provided by external suppliers.
In relation to article 6.1.b of the SFDR, the sustainability risk of investments will depend, among others, on the company or vehicle in which it is invested, such as its sector of activity or geographic location. Thus, investments with a higher sustainability risk may suffer a decrease in price at the time of divestment and therefore negatively affect the net asset value of the vehicle.
In relation to Article 7.2 of the SFDR, likewise the Management Company plans to take into consideration adverse impacts on sustainability factors in its risk assessment process and their impact on the value of investments, for which due diligence policies are planned to be developed in relation to such adverse impacts and in accordance with the provisions of Article 7 of the SFDR Regulation on the disclosure of information relating to sustainability in the financial services sector, to be reported by December 30, 2022.”