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Premier Miton Global Renewables Trust Plc - Portfolio Update

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Premier Miton Global Renewables Trust PLC announces that at close of business on 29 April 2022, its twenty largest investments were as follows:

Company

% of total net assets

Drax Group

7.8%

Greencoat UK Wind

6.1%

China Suntien Green Energy

5.9%

NextEnergy Solar Fund

5.5%

China Everbright Environment

5.3%

RWE

5.3%

Atlantica Sustainable Infrastructure

4.4%

Gresham House Energy Storage Fund plc

4.1%

Iberdrola

3.6%

China Longyuan Power Group

3.5%

Acciona

3.4%

Foresight Solar Fund

3.3%

Algonquin Power & Utilities

3.2%

Grenergy Renovables

3.2%

SSE

3.1%

Clearway Energy A Class

3.0%

National Grid

2.8%

Northland Power

2.2%

TransAlta Renewables

2.2%

Harmony Energy Income Trust

2.1%

At close of business on 29 April 2022, the total net assets of Premier Miton Global Renewables Trust PLC amounted to £53 million. The sector breakdown and geographical allocation were as follows:

Sector Breakdown

% of total net assets

Renewable energy developers

30.2%

Yieldcos & funds

28.3%

Renewable focused utilities

11.8%

Biomass generation and production

8.6%

Energy storage

7.5%

Waste to energy

5.3%

Electricity networks

2.8%

Renewable technology and service

2.6%

Carbon markets

1.7%

Cash/Net Current Assets

1.3%

100%

Geographical Allocation

% of total net assets

United Kingdom

34.2%

Global

19.0%

Europe (ex UK)

16.9%

China

15.5%

North America

11.1%

Latin America

2.2%

Cash

1.3%

100%

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