Quantcast Renewables | Businesses Seeking Funding | Downing

 

Since 2010, we have invested over £200m in UK renewables and continue to back experienced management teams in the construction and operation of renewable energy projects throughout the UK.

We are proud to be one of the leading investors in anaerobic digestion technology - having funded 12 plants to date (with further plants planned for 2014/2015) – and active in solar PV, onshore wind, hydroelectricity, biomass and alternative energy sectors.

We are actively seeking to engage with resourceful and experienced management teams/project developers and are typically able to offer funding for up to 100% of project costs, including financing construction where appropriate. We typically only consider projects that are of established technology and seek to invest up to £15m.

If you’d like to find out more, or discuss an opportunity, we’d love to hear from you.

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