Follow Us

Month: March 2019

eco19

Alexa Capital is sponsoring the ECO19 Summit in Berlin where Gerard Reid will be speaking on “The energy and mobility revolution”, 15-16 May 2019

Alexa Capital is sponsoring the ECO19 Summit in Berlin where Gerard Reid will be speaking on “The energy and mobility revolution” on 15th May.   Agenda can be viewed here.

Read More
Capture

Alexa Capital acts as sole financial advisor to Oxford PV on its new collaboration with Meyer Burger

Oxford PV Press Release:   Oxford PV to collaborate with Meyer Burger Perovskite solar technology leader announces plans to shorten time-to-market for its perovskite-on-silicon solar cell technology Oxford, 21 March 2019 – Oxford PVTM– The Perovskite CompanyTM, the leader in the field of perovskite solar cells, today announced it has signed an exclusive collaboration agreement … Continued

Read More
OXF

Alexa Capital act as sole financial advisor to Oxford PV on their £31 million capital raise

Oxford PV raises £31m funding. Perovskite solar technology leader announces first close of Series D funding round, attracting major new investment and continued support from existing shareholders Oxford, 15 March 2019 – Oxford PVTM– The Perovskite CompanyTM, the leader in the field of perovskite solar cells, today announced it has raised £31 Million, the first … Continued

Read More
bnef

Bruce Huber is part of the Pioneer’s selection committee at the BNEF Summit 25-26 March 2019 in New York which will announce its 2019 Pioneers

Each year the Pioneers selection committee identifies 10 game-changing companies globally in the field of clean energy technology and innovation. Winners are chosen by a panel of industry experts from, academia, corporations, utilities, finance and technology incubators. The Future of Energy Global Summit is an invitational only forum providing an unrivalled meeting place at the intersection of the … Continued

Read More
123

The outlook for the global solar market is brighter than ever!

Call me a glutton for punishment but here are my predictions for global solar installations for this year, and yes for the 14th year in a row I got last year’s estimates wrong again, and as always, I underestimated the size of the market. I thought that market installations in 2018 would be lower than … Continued

Read More