Armstrong is pleased to announce that its managed solar businesses, Solar Growth Limited and Solar Income and Growth Limited, are to form a central part of a newly launched estate planning service from award-winning VCT manager, Beringea.
Solar Growth Limited, a company managed by Armstrong Capital, and Ecotricity have entered into a long-term agreement to supply and purchase Renewable Obligation Certificates (ROCs) from a portfolio of operational solar projects over a 15-year period.
ReNew ELP, an Armstrong-backed EIS company, has been awarded a £4.42m grant from Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency.
Armstrong-managed Solar Growth Limited has completed the acquisition of 39 commercial rooftop solar systems developed by Eden Sustainable Group, with a total capacity of 3,000 KWp. The solar systems all have long-term energy sale agreements linked to the leases and, in most cases, also receive subsidy income under the Feed-in Tariff system.
Armstrong’s affiliate, Mura Technology Limited (“Mura”), is pleased to announce it has received an investment from igus GmbH (“igus”), a leading manufacturer of plastic components. The investment will support the global deployment of Mura’s chemical recycling technology.
Mura Technology Limited (“Mura”) is delighted to announce a partnership with BioLogiQ, Inc. (“BioLogiQ”) to drive towards a circular economy for plastics by accelerating the commercialisation of its breakthrough Cat-HTR (‘Catalytic Hydrothermal Reactor’) chemical recycling solution in China.
London based Armstrong Capital Management Limited (“Armstrong”) and Copenhagen based European Energy A/S (“European Energy”) have entered into a joint venture to fund the development of a UK storage and solar pipeline of more than 500 MW.
Armstrong has secured £22m of long term debt financing for a portfolio of UK ground mounted solar projects with leading global asset manager, Aberdeen Standard Investments.
Mura Technology, the joint venture between Armstrong and Licella Pty, are excited to announce that their Cat-HTR™ technology has been acknowledged during the United Nations’ General Assembly as an innovative technology to help solve the world’s plastic pollution and contribute to a plastic circular economy.
Timor-Leste has purchased breakthrough Australian chemical recycling technology that produces high-value feedstock from all plastics, with adoptions in UK, Germany and US to follow.
Gelion’s battery solution has this week entered into the $70bn storage market to accelerate global growth in the renewable energy sector through the launch of its product.
Gelion is delighted to announce the appointment of Mr Rob Fitzpatrick to the position of Chief Executive Officer.
The Armstrong-backed company ReNew ELP has been featured on BBC Radio 4’s dedicated environmental issues programme, ‘Costing the Earth’
World’s leading renewable oil producer agrees partnership with UK-based recycling pioneer.
The construction of ReNew ELP’s first plastics recycling facility in Wilton, UK, based on its ‘breakthrough’ Cat-HTR technology, which allows it to chemically recycle end-of-life plastics into valuable oils and chemicals, is featured in Recycling International.
We are pleased to announce that Armstrong has successfully raised £1.5m into Pharmol (Holdings) Limited, significantly beating the target of £1m in a very short marketing period.
Armstrong is pleased to announce that UNA has been granted planning permission for its ambitious new development plan, which will help cement UNA as the flagship destination in Cornwall.
Iodic Holdings limited, a company advised and asset managed by Armstrong, is pleased to announce it has secured 4 acres of land at the Wilton International Site in Middlesbrough.
Kingfisher is a joint venture between the Armstrong and the founding members of Kingfisher, who have a long track record in both UK and European luxury hotels and resorts. The teams have previously worked together on the UNA St Ives project.