Your chance to invest in Bristol Community Energy (BCE) and enable us to
repay loans to Bristol City Council and Close Brothers as well as investing in
a selection of micro-renewable projects.
Earn 4.5% annual returns with this 3 year unsecured bond offer which is eligible to be
invested through the Innovative Finance ISA (IFISA).
Bristol Community Energy, trading as Bristol Energy
Co-op (BEC), has rooftop solar installations on 11 community buildings across
the Bristol region and two ground-mounted solar farms – one in Lawrence Weston
in Bristol and one in Somerset. We are one of the largest community energy
co-ops in the UK with annual output of 9,105 MWh (Megawatt Hours). That’s
enough to power 2,220 average homes.
We’ve raised over £4m through our previous share
and bond offers, but have also taken out more expensive loans to
finance our large scale projects. We’re offering you the opportunity to invest
in this bond offer so we can repay the loans and invest in a selection of
micro-renewable projects. One of these projects is to work closely with a
BCE partner to purchase and operate a 100kW TESLA battery at a new housing
unsecured bond paying target returns of 4.5% per annum
of £1,150,000 - no minimum
investment £100, maximum £100,000
date 31 July 2017
Your capital is at risk and returns are not guaranteed. Read the full offer document, understand the risks and agree with the
terms before deciding to invest.
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