Eternity Capital targets short-term biomass, AD opportunities in UK
(28 February 2014)
UK-based institutional investment firm Eternity Capital plans to make equity investments of £5 million to £15 million in UK-based biomass, anaerobic digestion and recycling assets following its participation in the £47.8 million financing of a waste wood-fired biomass plant in Birmingham last December, Eternity Capital Investment Director Alon Laniado told Clean Energy Pipeline.
“Eternity Capital is active in conventional biomass and anaerobic digestion, and is also looking at niche recycling opportunities. It will consider replicating the Birmingham investment model for other wood waste biomass plants.”
“What is important for us is repeatability, in terms of the type of team we back and the type of sub-sector in which it operates, so we expect to continue looking at biomass opportunities,” said Laniado “We are also looking actively at AD, where many things are happening right now.”
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