Renewable energy is energy that has been derived from earth’s natural resources that are not finite or exhaustible, such as wind and sunlight.

A new wealth of opportunities is opening up around distributed green heat and power generation. Depending on local market regulations, we may find it profitable to finance mini-grids, whereby energy can be generated, stored and consumed locally. Surplus energy may be injected into the public network for economic gain, thus offering ancillary services to the local distribution networks. 

What is NICL doing? 

NICL invests in the development and construction of utility scale and rooftop solar PV plants across Europe. 

We are opportunistic and may co-invest with EPC contractors who identify new projects, in turn stabilising the EPC cost and creating mutual investment opportunities. 

We are flexible and adaptable, and do not shy away from small projects. Naturally, our priority is to deliver strong economic returns but we are also a socially conscious firm prioritising for example, the social housing sector, where we look to exploit synergies with our digital investments arm to monetise carbon credits stemming from renewable projects regardless of their size and location. 

The NICL team have been active in the renewable energy industry since 2005 and have vast experience in financing renewable power projects internationally.