We’ve now launched the second tranche of shares to fund farm-scale wind turbines at Wemyss Bay, Inverclyde and in Ceredigion, Wales. Over 80,000 shares have already been subscribed. This follows our successful share offer this summer which smashed through its target to
We’re launching a second tranche of shares in Small Wind Co-op so people have another chance to join this exciting project. Please download our new share offer document or come along to one of our local drop-in launch events: Glasgow,
Our initial bond and share offer closed on August 22nd having raised over £1 million – with over 300 people joining us. This means that work can now begin at the first of our two sites, Kellybank in Inverclyde. Turbines have
We’re delighted to say that we are on the verge of reaching our £700,000 ‘minimum’ target – with 5 days left of the share offer we are 99% subscribed. There’s still time to join us though – we’ve got plenty
Wow, we have reached 75% – well over half a million subscribed for in shares or bonds. Some shareholders have already contacted us to buy some bonds so they diversify the type of investment they hold. If you have bonds,
We’ve been experiencing a very high level of interest over the last few days, with applications coming in at a great rate. It’s pretty clear that we were going to fall short of our target by the original end date
We were very pleased to be featured in the Guardian this weekend in a good article about low-carbon investments. We think the Small Wind Co-op might be one of the easiest ways to do this – no new bank account to
We’re very happy to see that our share offer is picking up – after a slow start we are on the verge of the 25% mark despite the many distractions in the news – and the other interesting community energy projects also
The turbine will generate a WElsh community fund of £9,000 in its first three years of operation which will be invested by local group Grannell Community Energy in improving the Jubilee Hall and the play park.
The SWC Board have reviewed the situation in view of the vote last week and are very happy to say that the Small Wind Co-op share offer is continuing – we think that we offer a stable prospect in turbulent economic times.