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Hazel Capital LLP has been acquired by Gresham House Plc.

Hazel Capital LLP (Hazel) is pleased to announce that it has been acquired by Gresham House Plc, the specialist alternative asset manager with over £500m under management which experienced 50% growth in the past six months since June 2017. www.greshamhouse.com The consideration for the acquisition and investment is £2.6 million which initially includes £600,000 in cash...

Hazel Capital commissions Lockleaze, a 15MW battery storage project in Bristol, UK

Hazel Capital is very pleased to announce the successful commissioning of the Lockleaze 15MW battery storage project in Bristol, UK. This follows the commissioning of a hybrid battery / engine project in Newcastle-under-Lyme in March 2017 known as project Staunch. Like Staunch, the Lockleaze facility provides frequency response services to National Grid and is one of...

Proposed Acquisition of Hazel Capital LLP by Gresham House plc

Hazel Capital is excited to announce that it has agreed terms for its acquisition by Gresham House plc, in a transaction that is expected to complete in July 2017.  The transaction will allow Hazel Capital to strengthen its team and benefit from several other synergies.  The RNS released to the stock exchange can be found...

Project Staunch is commissioned and commercial operations commence

The Hazel Capital team is pleased to report that its latest infrastructure development, an Energy Storage System (ESS) known as Project Staunch, was completed and energised in March 2017. Following a period of rigorous testing, Staunch commenced commercial operations on 1 May 2017 and is delivering the Firm Frequency Response (FFR) service contracted with National...

Hazel Capital celebrates 10 years

Hazel Capital celebrates its tenth anniversary since being founded in 2007. To mark the end of an exciting decade, the team launches a new website and logo (and enjoys a birthday party!).

3 EIS solar farm exits

Hazel Capital has successfully sold three solar farms, the ‘Goldbeck group’ of projects and provided exits for EIS shareholders in each of the project companies at the end of their three year holding period.  The sites, together totalling 19.1MW are located in South Wales, Devon and Somerset and were commissioned in 2013 under the 2...