This US-based, full-cycle E&P geothermal power producer is preparing to provide sustainable geothermal energy via deployment of geothermal power plants in Texas and along the interior Gulf Coast region of the United States, where geothermal resources are proven by vintage oil / gas wells and 3-D seismic data.
Impact Capital Partners is currently negotiating with a Private Equity Africa Healthcare Fund looking to grow and strengthen the healthcare systems in Kenya and Nigeria, respectively.
This Trade Finance strategy is focussed on the African commodity supply chain, with emphasis on the agri space. The manager is one of the world’s leading investment managers specializing in Commodity Trade Finance and the sectors financed are primarily for the international export market with established off-takers.
Impact Capital Partners is currently negotiating with a Private Equity Africa Healthcare Fund (“HC Fund”) looking to grow and strengthen the healthcare systems in Kenya and Nigeria, respectively.
This Independent Power Producer in Ghana is working with industrial companies and mines in West Africa to convert their factories and heavy equipment mining trucks from imported trucked diesel and heavy fuel oil (HFO) to indigenous Natural Gas Fuels, which will significantly lower their operating costs and their carbon footprints.
This multinational commodity trading company is working with an established African energy solutions provider to develop an LNG Liquefaction plant and related infrastructure to provide reliable and transitional power to Europe.
This PE strategy is buying established Agri-industrial and Agri-processing businesses that have been identified as turnaround opportunities. It will de-risk the project finance transactions upfront by buying the debt at a discounted price with the objective to turnaround the businesses so that they are able to maximize their potential.
This Pan Africa Debt Strategy is capitalizing on the growing breadth and depth of a $180 billion plus African Eurobond market. This strategy provides investors the opportunity to participate alongside international banks in the long established hard currency syndicated loan market, accessing the continent’s strongest borrowers across sovereign, state owned enterprises, financial institutions and corporates.
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Impact Capital Partners is currently negotiating with a sustainable independent power producer with operations in West Africa, to help them during their transition to a zero carbon strategy.