Alternative/Renewable Energy

As the landscape for commercial finance continues to diminish, Sterling Global Capital is dedicated to securing private secondary market financing for your energy projects.

Our international funding sources are actively investing in businesses and technologies with the potential to deliver cleaner energy and long-term value.

Our alternative / renewable energy & green technology division is experienced in raising capital such as wind, solar, hydro and biodiesel / ethanol plants. We have long term relationships with major industry leaders. Our debt and equity structuring expertise allows us to offer comprehensive solutions to our developers’ needs for financing green renewable energy project funding.

Our funding sources have the appetite and capability of investing in projects from $10 Million and up. There really is no ceiling because the relationships we have enable us to syndicate most deals.

GREEN ENERGY – continues to be our focal point as technologies in wind, solar and geothermal energy continue to improve on providing clean, abundant and almost endless stream of cost-efficient energy.

ALTERNATIVE  / RENEWABLE ENERGY – refers to energy sources that have no undesired consequences such for example fossil fuels or nuclear energy. Alternative energy sources are renewable and are thought to be “free” energy sources. They all have lower carbon emissions, compared to conventional energy sources.

BIOMASS ENERGY – energy from organic matter. Biomass includes plants, agriculture or forestry residue, and organic components of municipal and industrial wastes.

WIND ENERGY – wind turbines use the wind’s energy to generate electricity.

SOLAR ENERGY – energy technologies use the sun’s energy and light to provide heat, light, hot water, electricity, and even cooling, for homes, businesses, and industry.

GEOTHERMAL ENERGY – the heat from the Earth. Clean and sustainable resources that ranges from the shallow ground to hot water and hot rock found a few miles beneath the Earth’s surface, and down even deeper to the extremely high temperatures of molten rock called magma.

HYDROELECTRIC ENERGY – flowing water creates energy that can be captured and turned into electricity.