Climate change is forcing new models of growth in emerging markets, with new technology paradigms
We provide 21st century infrastructure for resilient emerging market growth
The desperate need for additional power capacity, combined with the lack of traditional capital, calls for creative ways to rapidly finance energy projects.
See how Asoba DeFi is leveraging NFTs to rapidly raise equity for solar projects across southern Africa.
Decentralization will be the driver of 21st century economic growth. Investing in the creation of mixed use commercial + residential zones will help communities – especially those at the fringe of urban cores – realize their growth potential.
Understanding barriers to investment is a critical part of evaluating “risk” across various emerging markets. Opportunities for Diasporan retail investment exist where market perception of risk is greater than the reality. In this whitepaper, we explore Zimbabwean capital markets and assess necessary conditions for attracting Diasporan capital.
As demographics shift and industries come and go, the economic needs of a city change. Whether it’s a suburb looking to upzone to address housing shortage, rapidly growing cities looking to mitigate crippling traffic gridlock, or local governments looking to attract and incubate high growth industries, we like to invest in projects that redevelop land to its highest and best use.
Climate change is challenging local governments to build adaptive capabilities into city infrastructure to maintain high levels of service for citizens. We invest in the production and distribution of solar energy – as failover micro grids as well as primary power supply – as a key platform for supporting post-Covid urban revitalization.