A public limited company investing in a range of sustainable energy projects
- Join a community of over 5,000 shareholders and see your investment help tackle climate change
- Exploit the long-term business potential of renewable energy
- Get a healthy return on your investment – and help the environment
For those looking to invest in greener energy sources
Want to contribute towards significant and much-needed changes in how we generate and distribute energy? Buying shares in Triodos Renewables* is a great way to activate your money and reap financial, social and environmental rewards.
With shares in Triodos Renewables, you’ll be helping support projects that generate clean, green electricity from sustainable sources. Triodos Renewables also works with a range of carefully selected partners to develop and acquire renewable energy projects, and invests in the long-term business potential of companies throughout the sustainable energy sector.
Any investment decision should only be made on the basis of the final Investment Memorandum and the Investor Agreement and not on any information on this website. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to the future. It may be difficult to sell or realise your investment or to obtain reliable information about its value or other risks to which it is exposed and you may not get back the full amount invested.
The current Triodos Renewables share price is £1.90
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Own a part of the future of UK energy.
*Triodos Renewables is the trading name of Triodos Renewables plc. Registered in England and Wales 2978651. Registered office: Triodos Bank, Deanery Road, Bristol BS1 5AS. Any investment decision should only be made on the basis of the final prospectus and not on any information on this website.
†Estimate based on assumed industry standard of 4.7 MWh per home as supported by an Advertising Standards Authority adjudication (October 2009: West coast Energy Ltd) and used by RenewableUK, the UK energy association