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    Clean Energy Investment

    Our Clean Energy Investment gives you the option to make a long term investment that makes a healthy return and also promotes an essential industry.

    Our Clean Energy Investment returns up to 11.40% gross per annum and you can invest from 3 years to 10 years. City FX Investment focuses on concentrated solar power (CSP) plants, currently under construction in the south of Spain. We will be expanding investment to Australian and US plants over the coming years.

    On our website you will find a range of information to give you more of an idea of what our clean energy investment is all about. There is also more information on returns and how to invest in our free Transparent Investing™ Online Account or contact us if you have any questions.













    The Clean Energy Industry

    Over the past decade clean energy production has gone from strength to strength. Due to public pressure, government and investor support, technological advancements and mass production of the components required to create efficient clean energy.

    City FX Investment focuses on Concentrated Solar Power (CSP), promoted by German Aerospace and Greenpeace as one of the most efficient and profitable of the mass production clean energy solutions. Parabolic trough plants, which are the main target investment, make up 90% of all global CSP plants. Spain is currently the global leader in Concentrated Solar Power with 632MW of capacity, with new plants set to open this year, which will bring that figure to 1,789MW.

    CSP plants and especially parabolic trough plants have the additional capability of producing desalinated water and create grazing land, beneath the miles of parabolic troughs used to capture sunlight. This provides versatile production options as well as making plants more attractive to local communities.

    Investing in any energy business can have its risks, but with the backing and demand for solar energy as it is, City FX Investment believes this to be a solid choice for investors. With our investments focusing on land and infrastructure, investors funds are locked in to sound physical assets that we have a controlling charge over.


    What is Concentrated Solar Power?







    In Good Company

    With major international companies investing billions in clean energy production you are in good company. Google has already committed US$1 Billion to clean energy production on solar and wind generation projects around the world. Walmart, the US retail giant, has installed solar panels across 215 locations generating 89megawatts (MW) for its own stores.

    Many other companies have employed the same strategy; Costco, Kohl's, Apple, IKEA, Macy's, Johnson & Johnson, McGraw Hill, Staples, Campbell's Soup, U.S. Foods, Bed Bath & Beyond, Kaiser Permanente, Volkswagen, Walgreens, Target, Safeway, FedEx, Intel, L'OREAL, General Motors, Toys 'R' Us, White Rose Foods, Toyota and Dow Jones & Company. These top 25 clean energy developers, when combined together, have deployed 445MW of solar capacity, enough to power 73,400 homes.

    Whether it is just a sound investment option or a combination of philanthropy and investing, the result is the same. Successful businesses, that have know the right track in their own field, are now seeing clean energy as the direction for the future. The fact that we are moving towards a clean energy world is inevitable, how quickly we get there and exactly which production methods we use are the only open questions.


    If you would like to invest in our Clean Energy Investment open a free online account below where you will find out more information on investment options and how to move forward.


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