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2meet2biz Launches the Campaign of Noleggio Energia, Specialized in Energy Efficiency

Noleggio Energia had already closed a financing round last April on Backtowork raising $246,000 (€224,000), thanks to 41 investors. In the meantime, the 2021 financial year closed with a turnover of $1.87 million (€1.7 million) and the company aims to reach 10.75 at the end of 2025. Noleggio has recently launched a new crowdfunding campaign on the 2meet2biz platform.

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2meet2biz, a new equity crowdfunding platform, has launched its second campaign. This is the collection of Noleggio Energia, an innovative SME specializing in the rental to small and medium-sized Italian companies of assets for the production of energy from renewable sources, in particular photovoltaics.

The adhesion to the capital increase will take place through the vehicle Noleggio Energia Investimenti S.r.l with a collection target between $109,800 (€100,000) and $494,000 (€450,000). The pre-money valuation of the company is $4.4 million (€4 million), the minimum investment ticket is $1,650 (€1,500), and, being an innovative SME, it is possible to access the tax benefits provided for by the regulations in force.

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Noleggio Energia had already closed a financing round last April on Backtowork raising $246,000 (€224,000), thanks to 41 investors

In the meantime, the 2021 financial year closed with a turnover of $1.87 million (€1.7 million) and the company aims to reach 10.75 at the end of 2025. In fact, the company has more than 70 operations in its pipeline for a value of $12 million (€11 million) and to date, it has carried out more than 20 energy efficiency interventions for as many Italian companies.

Among these, Noleggio Energia has been selected by Pfizer Italy for the realization of double energy investment in the plant of Ascoli Piceno, which will be managed through a long-term operating rental contract.

The sectors of energy efficiency and energy production from renewable sources have become strong drivers in all world economies. The importance of these markets is underlined by central policies and the objective of achieving energy transition and total independence from fossil fuels within the next 30-50 years. Despite the strong interest of Italian companies in energy efficiency and sustainability, up to now, about 90% of investments have been faced by companies with their own means and direct self-financing, due to the scarce offer of specific products by the banking and financial system. There is, therefore, a gap between the credit demand of Italian SMEs, looking for quick and concrete financial solutions, and the amount made available by the traditional financial system for the realization of new energy investments.

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Noleggio Energia satisfies this gap and the growing needs of SMEs with a product tailored for companies, which is configured at no cost, thanks to the formula of long-term rental that is repaid with the energy savings obtained. The company proposes itself as a specialized partner for the treatment of all activities related to the financing of energy efficiency projects, and is able to deal with investments of any amount and complexity, developing energy-saving solutions of great effectiveness and ensuring performance over time.

“We strongly believe in the project of Noleggio Energia, a company that is establishing itself in the sector and that provides effective support to SMEs wishing to switch to renewable sources” – said Serena Auletta, CEO of 2meet2biz.com. “The topic is really topical and will continue to be so in the coming years. Investing now means becoming protagonists of the future.”

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Daphne Freeman has worked in the crowdfunding and impact investing industry for the past few years, gaining experience in marketing, and connecting businesses and entrepreneurs in need with the right investors. As a seasoned grant writer as well as financial market journalist, she is passionate about making a social impact in the world. A free spirit, Daphne also enjoys writing and exploring topics of interest, currently CBD, health and beauty, and social media influencers.