Renewable Energy - Asset Funding

MattShannon

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Cheltenham
For reference, in case anyone might find it useful, an example of Funder requirements when it comes to renewable assets or 'soft' assets...

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SOFT ASSETS


In order to consider soft assets including renewable assets we are looking for well-established and profitable businesses with a clean credit history. Furthermore there are some additional guidelines – not set in stone, for agricultural businesses:

Owner Farmer – minimum 200 acres for wind turbines, 100 acres for other soft asset types.

Tenant Farmer – minimum 150 acres for soft assets.

Assets: PV, Biomass, Other Renewables and Other 'Soft' Assets.

60 months max term and will consider new only, not used.
 
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renewablejohn

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No wonder British banks cannot find people to lend to. Surely it makes far more sense lending to a hill top farm with few acres but average wind speed of 7 m/s then a large lowland farm with wind speed of 5 m/s.
 

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