Invest in new renewable energy projects which cut carbon emissions, help reduce household bills and benefit communities.

Want to put your money to work and help combat the climate emergency? Join over 6,000 Thrive shareholders in owning a profitable, resilient and longstanding renewable energy company.


You will need to register for Triodos Bank’s crowdfunding platform to access the offer document.

Thrive was one of the first businesses to bring wind farms into operation in the UK almost thirty years ago. Since then, we have funded 39 clean energy projects across the country including onshore wind, solar, hydro, geothermal and battery storage. In fact, our £110 million portfolio has already avoided the equivalent of 1 million tonnes of CO2 emissions in total.

We are now looking to double the amount of new generation capacity we invest in over the next five years, building more onshore wind, solar and battery storage projects, as well as funding more on-site renewable generation projects for businesses, giving them a direct supply of clean electricity. We will also continue to provide funding to community energy groups so that they can build their own clean energy projects locally. Find out more here.

Key terms  

  • £2 million target as part of a wider £10 million fundraise
  • £243 minimum investment (100 shares) 
  • Long term equity investment 
  • Targeting 5-8% return per year (through a combination of dividends and increasing share value) 
  • Share sales are facilitated through a monthly share auction
  • Thrive shares can qualify for inheritance tax relief 

Investing in shares involves risk – including potential for loss of capital – as the value of shares may go down as well as up. The payment of dividends and the target return on equity are not guaranteed. Shares can be sold through a monthly share auction should there be buyers but may take time to sell. Like all unlisted shares inheritance tax savings depend on individual circumstances and are subject to change.

You should read the offer document in full before deciding whether to invest. Investing in the shares of a company involves risks, including potential for loss of capital and future dilution, lack of dividends and lack of liquidity, and should only be considered as part of a diversified investment portfolio. If you are unsure as to the suitability of the investment, you should contact an independent financial advisor.

This financial promotion was approved on 20 October 2023 by Triodos Bank UK Limited, registered in England and Wales with no. 11379025. Registered Office: Deanery Road, Bristol BS1 5AS, United Kingdom. Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority under registration number 817008.