What’s the deal with local authority solar bonds?

Find out how Swindon became the first local authority to launch council solar bonds in the UK. The momentum and ambition of the idea is quite remarkable. Read more...

Share Solar Update for Investors – refund of Debenture investment

Investors in Share Solar will today have received a full refund of their investment plus a bonus interest payment to reward their support for this project to date. Read more...

Important information on REG High Down

In December 2015, REG High Down notified existing investors and the public of the proposed sale of the company to a fund managed by BlackRock, the global investment management firm. Since then, the proposed sale has now been agreed as part of the restructuring of Renewable Energy Generation Ltd, REG … Read more...

Swindon Common Farm is generating energy

Swindon Common Farm Solar is now connected to the grid and generating clean, green energy and a long term return for investors. Read more...

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...

More choice for our investors

The last year has seen some exciting new changes for Abundance. The launch of our pension product and the announcement of our inclusion in the new IFISA. Read more...

Meet the Developer: Swindon Common Farm Solar

In a Meet the Developer special, we travelled from London to Swindon to really get our heads around Public Power Solutions (PPS), the driving force behind the UK’s first council solar bond. Read more...

Swindon solar bonds: the council view

Why is Swindon Borough Council investing in a solar farm? Cabinet Member Dale Heenan explains. Read more...

Ecossol PV: A window of opportunity

You can effectively 'wind back the clock' with an investment Ecossol PV, where you're investing in installed systems already partly funded by Green Deal loans, and now partly funded by investors. Read more...

Independent analysis: Monnow Valley Biomass

All Street have produced an independent analysis of the Monnow Valley Biomass project – and it’s free to read for all Abundance investors. Download here. Read more...