The growth of renewable energy systems within the UK is attracting increasing interest from investors.
A recent example was highlighted by the Swindon Business News, which reported on the efforts of Triodos Renewables to increase its green energy projects
The company aims to raise £15 million through offering up to 8,333,400 shares, at £1.80 per ordinary share, to its existing 4,000 shareholders and new investors.
The shares will be tradable on the Matched Bargain Market managed by Brewin Dolphin.
Triodos Renewables is managed by Triodos Bank and was established 15 years ago.
Its projects include wind and hydro electricity generation sites around the UK, with a combined capacity of 36.8 MW.
With more government incentives due for launch next year, the market is set to attract further investors and new entrants.