The Sustainable Energy Investing and Financing Activation (SEIFA) project creates incentives to increase private equity investments in the decarbonisation of the industrial built environment. The SEIFA project focuses on establishing an investment platform for supporting sustainable energy companies and industrial companies. The SEIFA consortium consists of 10 partners across 8 different European countries including IQEQ Luxembourg; Praxio Law & Tax; Bulgarian-Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry; B.A.U.M; Civitta; Pedal Consulting, IBAN, Particula Group, Metasite, and GND Advisory.
The investors-first approach will be held with an emphasis on the environmental impact in terms of decarbonisation rate and risk-adjusted rate of return. We operate according to the fundamental principles of the firm, which include putting our investors first and adhering to the highest standards of integrity.
As the world works to decarbonise, we help investors in playing the most important role in reversing climate change and resource consumption, protecting the environment for future generations to come.
The network of regional/national project aggregators will be established covering each of the target market to provide local expertise and connections in finding the best deals.
The financial software tools will be provided for the energy efficiency measurement, quantification and evaluation of additional benefits of sustainable energy investing including decarbonisation rate, increased asset value, impact on investor reputation, and for investment rating and ranking.
The detailed methodology of the sustainable energy investment securitisation and detailed roadmap for the secondary market for sustainable energy investing will be created. Initial milestones of the secondary market for sustainable energy investing will be accomplished during the project duration. This will provide additional liquidity options for investors.
GND, in collaboration with nine European partners, introduces the SEIFA project. During the project, the European Commission supports the launch of the Investment Fund focused on sustainable energy and industrial companies, with the aim of creating net-zero carbon emissions and a fully ESG compliant portfolio. The Fund will invest in the Central and Eastern European region (CEE region).
The Investment Fund, established within the SEIFA project, will create a long-term value for sustainable energy-related industrial assets through sustainable finance solutions responding to long-term financial needs; an accelerated process of the sustainable transition in reducing greenhouse gas emissions; accelerated growth, increased competitiveness and added customer value; and continuous financial and operational performance support.
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The EUSEW was truly exciting for the SEIFA team, as we had the opportunity to forge new collaborations with interesting stakeholders and discuss SEIFA's progress and impact.
Together with the SEIFA project partners, we established an extensive network of experienced and dedicated local experts to provide the highest quality services to our clients.
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