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The world’s population is forecast to increase by 34% by 2050 (World Research Institute) which, combined with the increased global wealth, will lead to further strain on the world’s resources.

For non-renewable resources, it is essential to establish circular economies, where resources are in use for as long as possible then recovered and regenerated into new products at the end of their service life.

Armstrong’s investment focus to date has been on deploying capital for the establishment of the circular economy for plastics, through investments in Mura Technology, ReNew ELP and Tourian Renewables who are at the forefront of a new era in chemical recycling, converting end-of-life plastic into products that can be sold into the chemical industry.

If you are a business owner and have an opportunity within the resource efficiency sector, please get in touch here.


Armstrong has arranged funding for over 350 MWp of solar projects in the UK and India. Our existing portfolio of solar projects include residential and commercial rooftop systems through to utility scale ground mounted solar farms. Our team has extensive experience throughout the project lifecycle from initial feasibility and development, through financing and construction to ongoing asset management, optimisation and sale.

Armstrong is continuing to develop and fund energy projects in the UK across the solar and wind sectors, including acquiring existing operational renewable energy projects. In addition, we are actively developing and funding new energy opportunities in both the demand and energy storage sectors which we expect to continue to grow to meet the demands of the changing UK energy mix.

If you are a business owner and have an opportunity within the energy generation sector, please get in touch here.


Armstrong is at the forefront of emerging sectors in the UK clean infrastructure space and is actively funding the development of energy storage projects, green hydrogen projects and modular building.