There are a number of investment opportunities to support the growth of Redbourn Capital
1. Development Capital
Redbourn through its sister company R&P Clean Power Ltd is developing a portfolio of Energy from Waste plants.
The first project will be the Swadlincote Energy Recovery Facility (SERF) which will combust 230,000 tpa of RDF to generate c.20MWe of power for export to the National Grid.
R&P has raised third party development capital to fund the development of the project through the planning application process and through to Financial Close.
Further opportunities exist for third party investors to support the funding of the future projects within both the Energy from Waste and low carbon development pipeline.
2. Construction Investment
There are exists two opportunities for investors to provide construction investment.
The first is to provide construction investment to projects within the portfolio of projects which are directly being developed by R&P Clean Power such as the Swadlincote Energy Recovery Facility. The typical investment requirement of projects ranges from £100m upto £200m for a 230,000 tpa facility.
The second is to provide the construction investment in third party projects which are being developed by developers whom Redbourn is advising through the development phase to ensure they are developing a robust and bankable project and taking through the due diligence phase.