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Nobel Sustainability Trust, Prince Albert II of Monaco help launch major new initiative to drive sustainable technologies

Monday, September 26, 2016

Matthias Knab, Opalesque:

The Nobel Sustainability® Trust ("NST") is leading a major new initiative to finance, incubate and accelerate the development of clean technologies.

The initiative will start with the formation of the Nobel Sustainability Fund® ("NSF"). NSF will drive faster access to funding for the development and deployment of clean technologies. Earth Capital Partners LLP ("ECP") has been selected by NST to launch and manage the Fund. The fund will be seeded by the Government of Monaco, which will be joined by other governments, corporations and prominent individuals, such as Stephen Lansdown.

The collaboration demonstrates further the commitment of His Serene Highness Prince Albert II to achieve a more resource efficient world. His commitment and vision is perfectly aligned with NST’s; that of a world in which alternative, renewable and sustainable energy sources will be available to all members of society; where innovation driven solutions have been found and implemented successfully to meet both present and future needs whilst avoiding environmental threats.

The Nobel Sustainability® Trust is a Nobel family initiative to encourage the research, development and implementation of products and procedures within the field of renewable and sustainable energy. It was formed in 2011 and is chaired by Professor Michael Nobel. The Nobel Sustainability Fund® a multi-phase, multi-geography fund, will be headed by Gordon Power of SET3 and ECP. ECP is an estab......................

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