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Green Arms’ Shared Energy at its Fourth Equity Crowdfunding Round

The company Green Arms had already participated in three equity crowdfunding campaigns: the first, in 2019 ended with a collection of $708,000 (€649,000), the second, in 2020, exceeded $1.09 million (€1 million) for a total of 170 investors and the third, in December 2021, closed at $615,470 (€564,185) with 90 investors. Banca Etica has confirmed the ESG label to Green Arms also for this fourth campaign

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Green Arms opens a new equity crowdfunding round on the vertical platform Ecomill, the first Italian crowdinvesting platform that aims to facilitate the meeting between supply and demand of capital in the areas of energy transition, and sustainability.

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Green Arms buys, builds, and intermediates 100% renewable energy plants

The company had already participated in three equity crowdfunding campaigns: the first, in 2019 ended with a collection of $708,000 (€649,000), the second, in 2020, exceeded $1.09 million (€1 million) for a total of 170 investors and the third, in December 2021, closed at $615,470 (€564,185) with 90 investors.

Green Arms buys, builds, and intermediates 100% renewable energy plants and aims to spread in Italy an innovative model of shared energy, which allows citizens and businesses to invest directly in clean energy production projects. Green Arms expands the sharing model already developed and validated by the proponents with the Positive Energy (2015) and EPco (2019) initiatives. Through these two cooperatives, which now aggregate over 750 entities, citizens and businesses can subscribe to shares of “renewable” plants, directly lowering the cost of their utility bills.

Green Arms, however, takes a further step forward. The goal, in fact, is to offer everyone the opportunity to participate, invest and earn from investments in photovoltaic and hydroelectric plants, even without the correspondence with a bill.

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The company has also chosen to remunerate crowd investors with an ethical profit distribution mechanism aimed at protecting smaller investors. Green Arms has in fact demonstrated to those who have already invested in previous campaigns that it can achieve significant annual economic results by allowing them to participate in a business that can generate very attractive expected returns related to investments in clean energy.

The company has also chosen to remunerate crowd investors with an ethical profit distribution mechanism

Green Arms, which will become an innovative SME later this year, plans to pay investors dividends and capital repayments based on cash flow and in a manner that optimizes taxation and returns. The activities and investments of Green Arms in renewable energy plants are long-term and made with the aim of offering a stable and long-lasting income to its shareholders.

Finally, it should be noted that Banca Etica has confirmed the ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) label to Green Arms also for this fourth campaign, thus certifying the sustainability of the company’s proposal, its policies aimed at environmental protection, work ethics and energy saving.

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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.