Project Finance

The project finance team at Corporate Carbon works proactively with project partners to develop, raise capital for and implement carbon abatement projects that deliver competitive returns on the investment. 

Over the last 10 years, members of our team have been involved in equity, debt, and structured finance projects exceeding $260 million.  Many of these projects were start-ups within emerging industries and have strong parallels with the new carbon economy. 

We have worked with numerous financiers and major accounting and legal firms to provide workable funding solutions for new projects.

Contact us to find out how we can help fund your carbon abatement project.

News from Corporate Carbon

 

Corporate Carbon plays a role in convening the Soil Carbon Practitioners Industry Working Group - an informal collaboration of Emissions Reduction Fund soil carbon project developers.
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Corporate Carbon today announced that it had secured a financing deal with Macquarie Bank to further develop land sector projects under the Australian Emissions Reduction Fund.
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The Australian Environment Minister Greg Hunt joins Corporate Carbon Advisory to visit the Jinglemoney Soil Carbon Project located just outside of Braidwood NSW along with local MP and Assistant Finance Minister Dr Peter Hendy on Monday 16 May.
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Vote of confidence in the development of the Emissions Reduction Fund as leading executive joins Corporate Carbon Advisory to provide carbon project aggregation services
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Corporate Carbon Advisory and Climate Friendly announce a successful project issued with Australian Carbon Credit Units
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Corporate Carbon Advisory submission to the Emissions Reduction Fund Terms of Reference
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Corporate Carbon Advisory presents at Woolworths’ Agricultural Business Scholarship program
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Corporate Carbon Advisory speaks at the Australian Organics Recycling Association workshop
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Corporate Carbon Advisory speaks at the Mallees, Markets and Farm Impacts conference
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