We’d now like to see attention turn to the fourth Contracts for Difference (CfD) auction which is due to take place imminently.
Posted: 10 May 2022
This information is for Thrive Renewables plc bondholders.
We're here to answer your questions, so get in touch with one of the team:
0117 428 1850
Welcome to Thrive and thank you again for investing in the future of renewables. As a bondholder you earn 5% interest a year and join our growing community of investors contributing to a cleaner, smarter energy system.
Your interest payment is fixed and payable annually in arrears on the 31 March.
This section provides useful information about your bond including frequently asked questions (FAQs) and details of your first interest payment in the key features list below.
The Thrive website provides information about your investment – visit the projects page with UK map to see where and how we generate renewable electricity throughout the country. There’s also our news section including events and industry updates.
If you have any questions about your bond, please see the FAQs section including contact details.
INTERESTED IN OTHER OPPORTUNITIES TO INVEST?
For those interested in owning a share in Thrive Renewables, we provide a monthly share auction where you can buy and sell existing Thrive shares all year round. As with all investments, your capital is at risk. For more information, visit the buy and sell shares page.
If you would like to get Thrive’s bi-monthly newsletter please sign up here and we’ll keep you posted on project developments and investor news.
Abundance Investment is your registrar and responsible for issuing your bond.
Further information is available in the FAQs section.
Posted: 10 May 2022
We’re providing £4 million in funding for a new 150-metre community owned wind turbine near Lawrence Weston, Bristol.
Posted: 16 Apr 2022
Following soaring wholesale gas prices, the government has published its energy security strategy. Below we digest the key takeaways and what it means for the future roll-out of renewables in the UK.
Posted: 14 Apr 2022