The onshore sector is diverse but includes many common themes across different project types.
Business models are becoming increasingly based on commercial revenues without any government subsidy. In addition, there is also an increased push for an element of community ownership in new projects.
These changes mean that developers and investors alike must adapt their investment models and structure their projects to appropriately apportion and compensate for the different risk profile. The potential inclusion of community investment in the capital structure also brings with it considerations around co-investment with retail investors, including the communication process, and how this investment fits into the wider capital structure.
QMPF can assist in areas such as:
- Structuring projects to attract appropriate investment;
- Financial modelling, investment appraisal and sensitivity analysis;
- Providing buy and sell side advice; and
- Managing the community investment process on behalf of the developer.