Building cleantech businesses through value-adding investing
The Ludgate Environmental Fund invests in a diverse portfolio of cleantech companies for capital growth.
The Fund has £46.5 million of assets (as at 31 March 2013) and is a Jersey domiciled closed-end investment company listed on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange and regulated by the Jersey Financial Services Commission.
Micropelt GmbH is a developer, producer and marketer of the world's smallest thermal energy harvesting chips.
Ignis Biomass is developer, owner and operator of biomass heat and power projects.
Tamar Energy is an innovative company focused on producing energy from organic waste matter.
Rapid Action Packaging Ltd ("RAP") specialises in the design, manufacture and supply of innovative, ergonomic, cost effective and environmentally responsible packaging systems particularly for the "food on the move" marketplace.
New Earth has developed a wide range of technologies and processes designed to recover value from waste and to reduce its impact on the environment. With a design, build, finance and operate capability.
ECO Plastics Ltd
ECO Plastics Ltd is the UK's leading and highest quality reprocessor of recyclable materials. We currently operate Europe's largest and most technically advanced Mixed Plastic Bottle sorting facility.
Hydrodec's technology is a patented sustainable oil refining process that takes existing spent oil as feedstock to produce new specialty oils thus creating a virtuous "green" cycle.
Terra Nova operates a printed circuit board treatment and recycling business. Terra Nova's first facility is located in Isbergues (Pas-de-Calais), France.
STX is an Amsterdam-based company specialising in the broking and trading of environmental financial products with a particular focus on the carbon markets. STX is active across the European markets.
Lumicity is a renewable energy company that develops projects across solar, wind and biomass in the UK.
Phoslock is a unique water treatment product, invented and developed by the Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia's national scientific organization.
Hightex is a specialist engineering company with two core activities: Hightex designs, fabricates and installs large area, architectural polymer membranes for roofing and façade structures.