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UrbanVolt is borrowing €30 million to fund further expansion in Ireland and the European Union, bringing the total cash that the green energy supplier has raised this year to €66 million.
Urbanvolt finances and installs solar panels for industries, selling the electricity generated to them at a 30 per cent discount to traditional power suppliers.
UrbanVolt has announced a €36m term loan facility, made up of a €30m seven-year loan from Swedish-based credit fund PCP and €6m from existing funders BVP and Beach Point Capital.
Dublin-based clean energy firm UrbanVolt has secured €36m from lenders and investors to expand solar panel installation across Ireland and the UK.
RTE article on Urbanvolt securing €36 million in funding for solar projects
We’re delighted to announce our membership of the Irish Solar Energy Association (ISEA)! Grab some shades because the future of solar and sustainability in Ireland is bright
American Trucking Associations and UrbanVolt are back! As the original ATA Affinity Program partner, we’re delighted to have renewed our partnership for 2021. From Daily Journal.
There’s a huge appetite across the business community for clean energy but Ireland is moving too slowly. From Irish Independent.
Dublin-based UrbanVolt to offer solar electricity to businesses for €0.10 / kWh. From Solar Power Portal UK.
UrbanVolt to bring cheaper solar electricity to Irish companies. From Silicon Republic.
The COP (Conference of Parties) of Sharm El Sheik, has officially reached an end. Two weeks of negotiations and meetings between governments, private companies, NGOs, civil society groups, and activists ran 36 hours over the agreed Friday night deadline – but it reached some key agreements.
With the volume of information still coming out, we are here to make sense of it all for you. So, here are the highlights from COP27.
Patagonia’s recent move to give the company away – spearheaded by founder, Yvon Chouinard – has been heralded by environmentalists, the private sector and those who simply believe that companies should be accountable for their actions.
Buying solar panels outright for your business is expensive and there are hidden costs associated with this.
We have all heard the term ‘net zero’ from various different companies throughout the world. In fact, we could bet on the fact that there is probably a section in every single marketing strategy dedicated to ‘showing our commitment to the planet’. Now, in theory that sounds great – all of these companies committing to making a difference for our future? But what does the term offsetting actually mean?