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Financing Renewable Energy
& Sustainability

Once the funding opportunity from the public sector has been maxed out, the rest of the findings necessary to complete your project can be obtained from the privet sector. Banks, lenders and privet equity firms can fill in the missing gap to get your project on the road.


The Financial Engineering Lab is familiar with the operation of more then one hundred financial institutions, and can help you select the right funding  structure, expose all the related fees, and help you negotiate the best terms and conditions, for optimal funding.

The Financial Engineering Lab performs the following service:

  • Explore financing strategies with different institutions.

  • Expose fees and penalties associated with landing for your project

  • Intermediating and Negotiating terms and conditions.   

Beyond traditional financial institutions, there are various funding sources available for renewable energy and sustainability projects that can be explored.

  1. Private equity: Private equity firms invest in more established companies, often with the goal of taking them public or selling them to another company. They may invest in renewable energy and sustainable companies that have a proven track record and a clear path to profitability.

  2. Impact investing: Impact investors seek to generate both financial returns and positive social and environmental impact. They may invest in renewable energy and sustainable projects that align with their mission and values.

  3. Hedge funds: Hedge funds may invest in renewable energy and sustainable projects as a way to diversify their portfolio and take advantage of growth opportunities in the sector.

  4. Crowdfunding: Platforms such as Kickstarter, GoFundMe, and Indiegogo, allow individuals to invest small amounts of money in a project, allowing for a larger pool of investors to support a project.

  5. Renewable Energy Funds: These funds are specialized in investing in renewable energy projects, they are a type of mutual or exchange-traded fund that invests in companies involved in the production of renewable energy, such as solar, wind, or hydroelectric power.


It's worth noting that, private funding for renewable energy and sustainability projects is often more expensive than public funding, and it may come with more restrictive terms and conditions. It's important to have a clear understanding of the risks and benefits of private funding before entering into any agreements.

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