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CWRE (UK) Limited

We own wind turbines in India that generate long-term funding for our main shareholder – an international, social and environmental charity.

  • Stage $500K in TTM Revenue
  • Industry Industrial/Energy
  • Location GBK, Bristol, England, United Kingdom
  • Currency GBP
  • Founded February 2007
  • Employees 5
  • Website theconvergingworld.org

Company Summary

CWRE is a renewable-energy business. Our first project was for 3MW of wind power in India in 2008 which has grown to 4.5MW, owned by our charity shareholder. Our new project is for 25.2 MW, again in Tamil Nadu, India, which will be co-owned by the charity and impact investors. Our business helps to avoid CO2 and generates funding for sustainable, long-term projects that address social and environmental challenges in India and elsewhere.

Team

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    Wendy Stephenson
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    Group CEO; an engineer with 15 years experience in the environment and climate change sectors including periods overseas with Shell. Wendy joined the group in 2009, has developed a strategy for growth, built an Indian management team and increased capacity from 3 to 13MW. Financial results have been delivered ahead of projections.

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    Balajee Rangarajan
    Mr

    CEO India; widely known in the wind energy industry in India, Balajee has over 26 years’ experience in the industry, including 12 years in India’s only wind energy independent power producer. His experience includes resource planning for all the three verticals of business: biomass, hydro and wind as well as other functions such as budgeting and monitoring of projects at macro level

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    Laxsmanan Natarajan
    Mr

    Head of Commercial Operations and Finance, India with 38 years’ experience, including 22 years in Banking. He has had 11 years with India’s only wind independent power producer, as head of operations covering financial, administrative, technical and operational management of wind power installations. He has been key to the successful deployment of wind power projects across southern states, from concept to commissioning.

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    Edward Rowberry
    Mr

    Finance Director, UK. Ed joined in 2013; he is a chartered accountant who trained with KPMG and has a number of years experience with commercial property. In his previous role Ed was Finance Director of Knightstone Housing, a large organisation in the affordable housing sector.

Advisors

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    Bates Wells & Braithwaite
    Lawyer
    Unconfirmed
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    Nexia Smith & Williamson
    Accountant
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Previous Investors

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    Pontin Charitable Trust
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    Big Issue Invest
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    Crowd Funding and individual impact investors
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