Armstrong has a proven track record of establishing and growing successful businesses in the sustainable and environmental sectors.

Armstrong Capital Management established Renewable Connections in 2020.  With a highly experienced multi discipline development team, Renewable Connections has rapidly become an established and leading developer of solar and energy storage projects in the UK.   Since being established, Renewable Connections has successfully secured planning consent for over half a gigawatt of solar and battery storage projects across the UK and is targeting to develop up to 4GW of capacity by 2030. 

PowerGreen PPA is the Renewable Connections private wire division.  The expert Power Purchase Agreement team can support businesses through their net zero transition, whilst delivering long term savings on energy costs via a fully funded,  all-inclusive solar solution, covering design, installation, operation and maintenance.  Our Power Purchase Agreements offer complete flexibility, allowing business to gain the benefits of solar, without the financial, construction and operational burdens associated with self-building. 

In 2022 HydraB and Armstrong Capital Management entered into a joint venture to establish HyGen Energy Holdings Limited. The company is seeking to build, own, and operate commercial scale hydrogen production facilities across the UK and Ireland.  With combined expertise in development, technology, funding and manufacturing, HyGen has a unique opportunity to deploy commercial-scale, low-carbon hydrogen at a cost not seen before in the UK. 

Mura was established by the Armstrong management team in 2018 as a joint venture with recycling technology specialist Licella. Mura is on the path to becoming a world-leader in producing recycled hydrocarbons from waste plastic, creating a viable pathway to Net Zero, diverting plastic pollution away from the environment, and recognising the value of waste plastic as a resource for the circular economy.

Mura is seeking to globally scale its HydroPRS™ technology to divert waste plastic away from incineration, reduce carbon emissions, and prevent millions of tonnes of plastic from entering the natural environment. Mura aims to partner with the whole plastic recycling value chain worldwide to feed a sustainable, circular plastics economy in the next decade.

The world’s first HydroPRS™ site in Teeside, UK is being constructed by Renew ELP, a subsidiary of Mura, and is expected to be operational in 2023.

Founded in April 2015 by Professor Thomas Maschmeyer as a spin-out from the University of Sydney, Gelion Technologies raised its first significant capital a year later through a strategic partnership with Armstrong that established Gelion UK, the parent company. In 2021, Gelion was successfully listed on the London Stock Exchange AIM market to become Gelion plc.

Gelion is focused on commercial solutions for the successful transition to a sustainable economy through the storage of renewable energy. By designing and delivering innovative battery technologies, Gelion is seeking to enable that transition.

Gelion is now a global energy storage innovator determined to meet the growing needs of the renewable energy market.

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