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    How Much To Invest In Clean Energy Investment

    With clean energy investment we would recommend investing a large percentage of your portfolio in this sector.

    Why? Well, not only is electricity and water two of the most essential products that can be produced, the demand for both is growing far faster than supply in many countries around the world, ie; India, China, the GCC countries.

    Bloomberg foresees a 56% increase in energy demands worldwide by 2040 (Read Article: World to use 56% more energy by 2040) and with Deustche bank predicting a gold rush on PV solar power over the next 2 years (Read Article: Second Solar Gold Rush). Investing in clean energy looks like a very wise choice.

    With the high demand for energy, plus the backing of environmental organisations, governments and the general public, getting into the solar power boom can only produce healthy returns for investors in the long run.




    Investment Levels

    There are varying investment terms for our Clean Energy Investment, from 3 years to 10 years and from just £25,000 up to £20million. The yearly fixed gross return depends on the amount invested and the investment term. You can view our investment returns chart or more details are available in your Transparent Investing™ Online Account













       
       
       

       
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