Share Solar – a new approach for income investors

Investing for income is on the minds of many people who are looking at the low level of savings and investment returns offered on cash and bonds right now. Share Solar is our latest offering in this area. Read more...

Swindon Common Farm construction update

Swindon Common Farm Solar is not only steaming ahead on Abundance, where investors have already funded 90% of the project, but also at the construction site. Read more...

Join the Abundance team: UI engineer job opening

Abundance is looking for a smart, creative UI engineer to join its technology team. Find out how to apply here. Read more...

Why wait 10 years for Hinkley when we can have cheaper power now?

Poor Hinkley C. The list of unfavourable headlines surrounding the project only appears to grow longer, with the most recent analysis by Green Hedge showing we can have cheaper power, built quicker, from renewables. Read more...

Abundance ‘pink’ papers

Each Abundance 'pink' paper, expanding on the results of various GBM surveys and in order from newest to oldest. Read more...

Great British Money Survey: trends

The Great British Money Surveys ask some questions to gauge how our attitudes and actions with money change over time. Here are the results from each 'trend' question. Read more...

Ducks ahoy!

Learn how the Abundance solar duck fared in the annual Wroughton Duck Race. Read more...

Make. Do. And lend.

When times are tight, we need to spend and invest more to get the economy up and running again. The Innovative Finance ISA can recharge the batteries to get the UK back on its feet. Read more...

The Abundance ISA: How it works

We launched our ISA less than a month ago, and in that time over 130 customers have opened an Abundance ISA. Having spoken to a number of them, we've produced this definitive guide to help you make a decision too. Read more...

The growing popularity of peer-to-peer

While P2P has grown phenomenally over the past three years to a market size of over £3.5bn in 2015, it’s still relatively new. For many, new means risky, but that perception may be about to change very quickly. Read more...