The Hazel Renewable Energy VCT 1 and VCT 2 were launched in 2010/2011 and have successfully invested in 16 UK renewable energy projects. All of these projects benefit from long-term government-guaranteed revenues. The VCT portfolio is comprised of eight ground-mounted solar farms (six are subsidised by the Feed-in Tariff scheme and two are subsidised by the newer Renewable Obligation Certificate scheme). Additionally, there are 1,614 rooftop solar assets and 298 small wind turbines in the VCT portfolio which are located across the UK.

Minsmere Power Limited owns a portfolio of 69 small scale 5kW wind turbines located on domestic sites located throughout Norfolk. The land owner is entitled to free electricity produced by the turbines with Minsmere Power Limited collecting the Feed In Tariffs for the generation of the electricity and the export tariff of any electricity unused by the home.

Location: Norfolk

MW: 0.35

Subsidy: Feed-In Tariff

Tumblewind Limited owns a 66.5kW portfolio of wind turbines located on largely farmer-owned sites located throughout East Anglia. Each project is a single or multiple turbine site which has its own distinct equipment location agreement, planning permission and FiT accreditation (through MCS). The developer, Windcrop Limited, offered a complete turnkey solution where they developed, built and commissioned each site. The land owner is entitled to free electricity produced by the turbines with Tumblewind Limited collecting both the Feed In Tariff and Export revenue for any surplus that the land owner does not consume. Windcrop is in administration and Evance (now Britwind) has taken over the O&M.

Location: East Anglia

MW: 0.66

Subsidy: Feed-In Tariff

Connected to the grid in March 2014, it has 1.6 ROC accreditation, and consists of approximately 12,900 Hanwha Solar panels on c.18 acres. The farm was constructed and developed by Ideemasun GMBH.

Location: Lowestoft, Suffolk

MW: 3.2

Subsidy: 1.6 Renewables Obligation Certificates (ROCs)

Date of Commission: February 2014

Gloucester Wind Limited owns a portfolio of 385 roof-mounted solar assets totalling 1.2 MW situated on residential properties throughout England and Wales, with the largest concentration of pv systems in Liverpool (35%) . The company financed the capital costs of installing equipment and is receiving the Feed In Tariff income in return. Home owners are able to use the electricity generated by the installations free of charge. Roof-top installations commenced in June 2012 and were completed over the subsequent 6 months.

Location: England & Wales

MW: 1.2

Subsidy: Feed-In Tariff

Date of Commission: Commenced June 2012

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HRE Willow owns a 66.5kW portfolio of wind turbines located on largely farmer-owned sites located throughout East Anglia. Each project is a single or multiple turbine site which has its own distinct equipment location agreement, planning permission and FiT accreditation (through MCS). The developer, Windcrop Limited, offered a complete turnkey solution where they developed, built and commissioned each site. The land owner is entitled to free electricity produced by the turbines with HRE Willow collecting both the Feed In Tariff and Export revenue for any surplus that the land owner does not consume. Windcrop is in administration and Evance (now Britwind) has taken over the O&M.

Location: East Anglia

MW: 0.66

Subsidy: Feed-In Tariff

Hewas Solar Limited owns a portfolio of 875 roof-mounted solar assets totalling 1.9MW situated on housing association property located in both Manchester and Cardiff. The company financed the capital costs of installing equipment and in return receives the Feed In Tariff income. Residents of the housing associations are able to use the electricity generated by the installations free of charge. Roof-top installations were undertaken during November and December 2011. The company has entered into a fixed term O&M agreement with Anesco Limited.

Location: Manchester and Cardiff

MW: 1.9

Subsidy: Feed-In Tariff

Date of Commission: November and December 2011

St Columb Solar Limited owns a portfolio of 347 roof-mounted solar assets totalling 0.83MW situated on housing association property located in both Manchester and Glasgow. The company financed the capital costs of installing equipment and in return receives the Feed In Tariff income. Residents of the housing associations are able to use the electricity generated by the installations free of charge. Roof-top installations were undertaken during November and December 2011. The company has entered into a fixed term O&M agreement with Anesco Limited.

Location: Manchester and Glasgow

MW: 0.83

Subsidy: Feed-In Tariff

Date of Commission: November & December 2011

Connected to the grid in March 2013, it has 2.0 ROC accreditation, and consists of approximately 22,000 Trina solar modules on 30 acres. The farm was constructed by S.A.G Solar and developed by AEE Renewables.

Location: Tiverton, Devon

MW: 5.5

Subsidy: 2.0 ROCs

Date of Commission: March 2013

Connected to the grid in October 2011 the solar park is accredited under the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme. It consists of approximately 21,200 Canadian Solar and Trina solar modules on c.42 acres. The farm was constructed by Graess Solartechnik GmbH and developed by AEE Renewables.

Location: Swindon, Wiltshire

MW: 5

Subsidy: Feed-In Tariff

Date of Commission: October 2011

Connected to the grid in October 2011 the solar park is accredited under the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme. It consists of approximately 21,000 Canadian Solar and Trina solar modules on c.37 acres. The farm was constructed by Graess Solartechnik GmbH and developed by AEE Renewables.

Location: Bradford on Avon

MW: 5

Subsidy: Feed-in Tariff (FiT)

Date of Commission: October 2011

Connected to the grid in October 2011 the solar park is accredited under the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme. It consists of approximately 21,300 Jinko Solar and Honda Soltec solar modules on c.33 acres. The farm was constructed by Graess Solartechnik GmbH and developed by AEE Renewables.

Location: Swindon, Wiltshire

MW: 5

Subsidy: Feed-in Tariff (FiT)

Date of Commission: October 2011

Connected to the grid in October 2011 the solar park is accredited under the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme. It consists of approximately 17,000 Jinko Solar modules on c.31 acres. The farm was constructed by Graess Solartechnik GmbH and developed by AEE Renewables.

Location: Axminster, Devon

MW: 4

Subsidy: Feed-in Tariff (FiT)

Date of Commission: October 2011

Connected to the grid in October 2011 the solar park is accredited under the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme. It consists of approximately 3,200 Canadian Solar and Q Cells solar modules on c.7 acres. The farm was constructed by Anesco Limited.

Location: Shipton-under-Wychwood

MW: 0.65

Subsidy: Feed-in Tariff (FiT)

Date of Commission: September 2011

Connected to the grid in October 2011 the solar park is accredited under the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme. It consists of approximately 2,900 Canadian Solar and Suntech solar modules on c.5 acres. The farm was constructed by Anesco Limited.

Location: Ilminster, Somerset

MW: 0.65

Subsidy: Feed-in Tariff (FiT)

Date of Commission: October 2011

ChargePoint Services provides integrated electric vehicle charging stations, as well as “back office” services for managing electric vehicle charging assets. In 2007 the Company entered into a partnership with Motor Fuel Group (MFG), the UK’s second largest forecourt operator for rolling out rapid electric vehicle chargers across UK forecourts.