Climate Change and Renewable Energy Companies

This week witnessed the gathering of the largest collection of world leaders ever to be assembled in one location at one time. Christiana Figueres, the head of the UN’s climate change negotiations, told delegates that “never before had a responsibility so great been in the hands of so few”.

David Cameron used his address to ask delegates to consider how future generations – “our grandchildren” – would react when told that 2015 politicians found it too difficult to reach an agreement on what had to be done to address this global problem. He then went on to discuss the progress that had been made in recent years in delivering climate policy in terms of financing, carbon budgets and technological research and development.

The fact that progress has been made is undeniable. 15 years ago, almost no funding was available to help visionary, fledgling businesses trying to build renewable energy technologies and companies. In recent years Government subsidies, private equity, private investors and a plethora of other sources of funding including even the much-berated banks have pumped billions into R&D, technology and manufacturing. This is in order to design, build and develop cleaner and more sustainable sources of energy. In London alone, private equity organisations that sprung up in recent years to fund these business opportunities are now so plentiful that they are fighting for market share and the opportunities to invest in the business prospects.

Pace Equity is proud to announce that by virtue of our long-standing and in-depth knowledge of the Water, Construction and Energy markets, we have been invited to raise Capital for an exciting and ground-breaking renewable energy project – please read more below.

Project Emerald: Investment Opportunity for Professional Investors
Ground Breaking Wastewater Treatment and Clean Energy Generation Solution

The company has developed a revolutionary, industry award winning, technology for the generation of energy from wastewater treatment. The business is revenue generating from multiple revenue streams and has a wide selection of qualified, prospective customers. The technology employs ground-breaking methods that greatly reduce treatment costs, whilst producing energy from biogas. The company has received seed and grant funding to date and now aims to raise £3m-£5m in an A-round which will enable it to fully commercialise the technology and grow the sales and technical teams to scale-up the business.

Interested investors should contact