Invest in Cebron Group’s

Green Bond 

to fund projects and activities that positively impact the environment or climate effects. Impact through action. 

Invest in Cebron Group’s

Green Bond

to fund projects and activities that positively impact the environment or climate effects. Impact through action. 

Impact Through Action – Invest in Cebron Group’s Green Bond Initiative

Investor Highlights:

  • Funds projects and activities that positively impact the environment or climate effects
  • Objective is to positively impact the world by reducing carbon output
  • Green Bond Multiplier Effect: Green Bonds help build out clean energy, EV and transportation infrastructure to reduce carbon emissions
  • Earn 6.95% interest per year fixed rate paid quarterly
  • Matures in five years

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Diversify

Bond matures in five years

Impact

Support the installation of critical energy infrastructure

6.95%+ Returns

Earn 6.95% interest per year fixed rate paid quarterly

Diversify

Bond matures in five years

Impact

Support the installation of critical energy infrastructure

6.95%+ Returns

Earn 6.95% interest per year fixed rate paid quarterly

Investment is Critical in Achieving Net Zero 

Policymakers have laid out an ambitious roadmap for decarbonizing the US economy, which includes a carbon-free power sector by 2035 and net-zero carbon emissions for the country by 2050.

This will require unprecedented investments in green energy technologies: from traditional solar, wind, storage, hydro, and biomass to frontier tech like hydrogen fuel cells and small modular reactors (SMRs).

 

Cebron Groups Green bond program supports and enables the development of critical renewable infrastructure in the US and around the world.

Cebron Group: Investing in a Sustainable World

Technological innovations and new financing methods are making renewable energy more accessible than ever before. As a result, solar, wind, hydropower and other sustainable sources are expected to account for half of our global energy mix by 2030, according to estimates from Bloomberg New Energy Finance.

This transformation will allow the world to meet its growing power needs more sustainably—helping to create a cleaner, healthier and brighter future.

Wind

Wind turbines produce some of the lowest price renewable energy. In places with enough land, it’s already cost competitive without subsidies, and in some regions it’s even cheaper than fossil fuels

Solar 

Solar panels, deployed on individual homes and businesses, shared among communities or as large-scale solar facilities, have become less expensive and more efficient in recent years. That’s making it competitive with other technologies and driving a rapid growth and solar adoption.

Geothermal

Geothermal energy taps into the internal heat of the earth – from hot water just below the ground to steam produced by molten rock much further down.

Hydro

Falling or running water is one of the oldest energy sources in the world. When sustainably designed, hydropower can be a reliable source of clean energy.

Biomass

Sustainable biomass energy is derived from living or recently living organisms – everything from forest residue to algae and switchgrass.

A Changing World – Oil and Gas Majors Are Shifting Towards More Climate-Friendly Business Strategies

Analysts now argue that the upstream market has evolved in a way that only the most cost-conscious investments are being rewarded. Slowing activity in North America is expected to result in a $530 billion reduction in capex over the next 5 years. Upstream oil & gas spending is down more than 60% from the peak in 2014, and oil reserve life has fallen by 20 years due to stranded assets.

In 2020 alone, oil and gas companies reportedly cut more than $37 billion from their annual spending plans. These companies include giants like Equinor ASA; Royal Dutch Shell PLC; Chevron CVX Corp.; Total SA; Suncor Energy Inc. SU ; and Occidental Petroleum Corp OXY .

Subsequently , oil and gas majors are shifting towards more climate-friendly business strategies as well. According to the GS report, Big oil will allocate some 14% of their 2021 budgets to renewables vs. 4% in 2019.

Investing in Tomorrow – Banks to End Financing For Fossil Fuel Energy Projects

In 2019, the European Investment Bank (EIB) announced that it would end financing for fossil fuel energy projects from the end of 2021. This year, many private investment banks, including Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley MS , Citi Bank, have also announced their strategies to reduce their exposure to the oil and gas sector. Additionally, big private equity firms are now increasingly putting their investments into decarbonization technologies. For example, earlier this year, Blackstone BX announced a $850 million solar recapitalization investment in Altus Power.

Governmental subsidies for renewable energy also play a huge role in the emergence of renewables age. An IRENA study projects that global support for renewables would increase from $166 billion annually in 2017 to $192 billion in 2030 and $209 billion in 2050.

Covid-19 is accelerating the green energy transition – boosting green growth and dampening hydrocarbon demand. It is difficult to foresee a future with these trends reversing, even post-Covid. The implications for the oil and gas sectors are dire. The unprecedented shift in financing from hydrocarbons to renewable energy projects described by Goldman Sachs is now underway.

A Changing World – Oil and Gas Majors Are Shifting Towards More Climate-Friendly Business Strategies

Analysts now argue that the upstream market has evolved in a way that only the most cost-conscious investments are being rewarded. Slowing activity in North America is expected to result in a $530 billion reduction in capex over the next 5 years. Upstream oil & gas spending is down more than 60% from the peak in 2014, and oil reserve life has fallen by 20 years due to stranded assets.

In 2020 alone, oil and gas companies reportedly cut more than $37 billion from their annual spending plans. These companies include giants like Equinor ASA; Royal Dutch Shell PLC; Chevron CVX Corp.; Total SA; Suncor Energy Inc. SU ; and Occidental Petroleum Corp OXY .

Subsequently , oil and gas majors are shifting towards more climate-friendly business strategies as well. According to the GS report, Big oil will allocate some 14% of their 2021 budgets to renewables vs. 4% in 2019.

Investing in Tomorrow – Banks to End Financing For Fossil Fuel Energy Projects

In 2019, the European Investment Bank (EIB) announced that it would end financing for fossil fuel energy projects from the end of 2021. This year, many private investment banks, including Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley MS , Citi Bank, have also announced their strategies to reduce their exposure to the oil and gas sector. Additionally, big private equity firms are now increasingly putting their investments into decarbonization technologies. For example, earlier this year, Blackstone BX announced a $850 million solar recapitalization investment in Altus Power.

Governmental subsidies for renewable energy also play a huge role in the emergence of renewables age. An IRENA study projects that global support for renewables would increase from $166 billion annually in 2017 to $192 billion in 2030 and $209 billion in 2050.

Covid-19 is accelerating the green energy transition – boosting green growth and dampening hydrocarbon demand. It is difficult to foresee a future with these trends reversing, even post-Covid. The implications for the oil and gas sectors are dire. The unprecedented shift in financing from hydrocarbons to renewable energy projects described by Goldman Sachs is now underway.

Invest in Cebron Group’s Green Bond Initiative

Investor Highlights:

  • Funds projects and activities that positively impact the environment or climate effects
  • Objective is to have a positive impact on society
  • Green Bond Multiplier Effect: Green Bonds help build out clean energy, EV and transportation infrastructure to reduce carbon emissions
  • Earn 6.95% interest per year fixed rate paid quarterly
  • Matures in five years

Get Started with Cebron Group

To receive our FREE investment material and to see if you qualify, enter your information below.

About Cebron Group

Cebron Group provides financial services to governments, states, corporations, energy companies, and utilities around the world to help finance the development and construction of clean energy assets. We also advise clients seeking to purchase or sell operating clean energy assets.  Our clients are located worldwide.

Cebron Group has a global presence and is actively supporting green energy projects in high growth developing markets.

The Cebron Group team has over 65 years of collective experience in renewables and international finance.

Our Business Model

We have a focused business model. We generate Financial Services revenue primarily from fees earned upon the closing of clean energy project development, asset purchases and sale transactions, and mergers and acquisitions, and other engagements on which we have provided advisory services.

Our Financial Services business provides advice in connection with a wide range of strategic and financial matters that are typically of great importance to our clients.

Our goal is to continue to grow our business by fostering long-term, senior-level relationships with existing and new clients as their independent advisor on strategic transactions such as clean energy project development, asset purchase and sale transactions, and mergers and acquisitions

Our Mergers and Acquisitions services include general strategic advice and transaction-specific advice regarding domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, special committee assignments, strategic partnerships, joint ventures and specialized real estate advisory services. We provide advice to managements and boards of directors, business owners, governments, institutions, investors and other interested parties on a worldwide basis.

*IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The issuer is considering an offering of securities exempt from registration under the Securities Act, but has not determined a specific exemption from registration the issuer intends to rely on for the subsequent offer and sale of the securities; No money or other consideration is being solicited, and if sent in response, will not be accepted; No offer to buy the securities can be accepted and no part of the purchase price can be received until the issuer determines the exemption under which the offering is intended to be conducted, and where applicable, the filing, disclosure, or qualification requirements of such exemption are met; and A person’s indication of interest involves no obligation or commitment of any kind. Data and statistics listed on this website are sourced from Bloomberg New Energy Finance, Goldman Sachs and other publicly available sources. This website is not an offer to buy or sell securities. Such as offer, if made, will be through a private placement memorandum to accredited as defined in Regulation D of the Securities Act of  1933, as amended and to non-US Persons as defined in Regulation S of the Act.  For a description of these and certain further restrictions on offers and sales of the 12% Fixed Rate Notes with Revenue Participation program, contact Cebron Group. The 12% Fixed Rate Notes with Revenue Participation program involves a high degree of risk and possible loss of the entire investment. There can be no assurance that the Company will generate any revenue or provide any revenue participation to noteholders. Prospective investors should carefully consider the factors set forth under “Risk Factors” in the Company’s private placement memorandum. The 12% Fixed Rate Notes with Revenue Participation Program is not a certificate of deposit and is not guaranteed by a bank, insurance company, government agency or any institution. These forward-looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties that may change at any time, and, therefore, our actual results may differ materially from those that we expected.