The growing demand from industry, government and consumers for baseload power generated by carbon-neutral energy sources has established a need for increased waste-to-energy infrastructure in the UK.

The increasing electrification of the UK economy will only increase this demand in the future.

A fragmented market and volatile returns from our small but mighty sites presents an opportunity for a well-capitalised aggregator to consolidate the market and help the sector realise greater operational efficiencies, lower investment risk and improved returns.

This matches a need in the market for experienced investors capable of connecting institutional capital with projects that are operationally efficient and deliver attractive returns to investors over the long-term.

As an owner-operator of waste-to-energy facilities, Evero addresses this market opportunity, enabling investors to participate in the economics of the UK’s shift to a low-carbon economy.

Evero is a key advocate for the circular economy, a renewable economic model that shifts towards the use of renewable energy, eliminates the use of toxic chemicals, and aims for the elimination of waste through the superior design of materials, products, systems and business models. By supporting the UK’s circular low-carbon economy, Evero is helping future-proof the UK’s renewable energy supply, creating new jobs and delivering long-term value for our shareholders in the process.

Our Green Financing Framework

Back when we were Bioenergy Infrastructure Group (BIG), we developed a Green Finance Framework to lead our ESG work as a business, ensuring that we have a positive environmental impact and contribute to a more sustainable future.

Decarbonization of the waste industry and the economy in general is fundamental to Evero, just as it was to Bioenergy Infrastructure Group.

By issuing Green Finance instruments, we aim to align our funding strategy with our four environmental objectives: climate change mitigation, environmental protection and enhancement, pollution prevention, and use of sustainable resources. 

Find out more by reading our Green Financing Framework below.