Scientists tell us that to preserve a liveable planet we must reduce the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere from its current level of 410 parts per million to 350 PPM or below.
This has led to The Paris Agreement; a legally binding commitment to deal with greenhouse-gas-emissions, mitigation, adaption and finance. Signed in 2016, as we begin to retool our energy systems worldwide, we estimate this will catalyse a $90 trillion environmental revolution and will lead to the development of 100,000 environmental projects.
As of August 2019, 350 PPM has introduced 6 environmental companies to suitable investors and has been involved in the development of over 50 environmental projects, the aggregate capex of which is estimated to be over $4 Billion. With experience dating back to 2008, 350 sector expertise is the pre-construction development and accreditation, generally acknowledged to be the richest equity seam.
We work alongside these environmental companies to take them through the four stages of commercialization: Incubation, Expansion, VC and Listing. Avoiding actual energy generation, many may benefit from SEIS/EIS tax incentives.
Provides a platform where the very best in environmental projects can showcase their proposals to potential investors
A solar developer involved in pre-construction development of utility scale solar sites, with the ambition to construct and operate its own sites in course
Developers of utility scale energy storage systems with their own industrial IP.
Winner of NAM Challenge, Shell Springboard, Technology Innovator and host of other awards
Energy-from-Waste (EfW) project developers with
14 sites in early stage development, and are waiting for term sheets to be provided from 3 potential buyers for the sale of their first three sites
"Paris Agreement Project Accelerator" invests in environmental projects which are midway through Pre-Construction Development and assists with Power Purchase Agreements, financing and negotiating with final buyers and funders
Provides energy consultancy for the purpose of commercialising opportunities in the distributed energy markets, current efforts are being focused on gas peaking power plant technology
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Director and 350 PPM Board Representative
Nick has been involved in the environmental sector since 2007 and has so far been involved with over 50 environmental projects from Municipal Solid Waste Composting in India, to 1500 MW Hydroelectric projects in Ecuador and the pre-construction development of over 260MW of solar sites in Mexico.
Overall, the project’s Nick have been involved in have created ongoing emission reductions over 9 Million tons of CO2e per annum. Nick hold an Executive MBA from CASS University and an undergraduate degree in Business in Science. Nick founded 350 PPM Ltd, the environmental private equity house in 2015, with Tim Hyett (FCISI),
Michael is an accomplished senior finance and legal professional, a qualified Barrister and Solicitor, with over 30 years of experience working with leading international law firms and financial institutions.
He has a strong record in management, client coverage, business development, financing and capital raising across a broad range of sectors, asset classes, geographies and deal sizes, often involving complex, event-driven, multi-source financing projects.
Drawing on this experience and extensive network of diverse industry contacts and with a strong attention to detail and demonstrated ability to quickly understand and articulate what is required and to deliver on transactions, Michael is currently consulting across a number of areas.
Head of Compliance and Risk
John Price brings over 30 years experience in the UK and Global Banking and Financial Services Sector to 350 PPM Ltd., specialising in Compliance, Financial Crime, Anti Money Laundering and Risk. After almost 10 years with the Central Bank of Ireland, John moved to the UK where he has held senior UK and International Compliance and FC/AML positions.
John is expert in the UK, US and EU regulatory regimes and his skills include Governance & Oversight, Project & Team Management, Risk Assessment, Review and Remediation across the majority of the Banking and Financial Services sector. He has successfully managed over 20 Regulatory Reviews as well as several Regulatory Authorisation Projects and has implemented key regulatory developments such as MiFIDII, SMCR, EMIR, PSD2 and ABC.
Jonathan spent 22 years in the city as a dealer, trader, and then director in the foreign exchange industry. As Managing Director, Jonathan led the company through a very successful private equity buyout in 2016.
Since then Jonathan is working with his brother in their jointly owned, very successful telecommunications business and with Nick Dimmock in helping to build the very exciting prospect, which is 350 ppm,