CrowdFundRES releases a series of reports and publicly downloadable documents. Click on the document to download it on your computer.
Proceedings of the European policy workshop
The aim of this document is to summarise the results of a workshop organised in Brussels on the 16th of February 2017 involving European policy makers, RES industry associations as well as representatives of RES crowdfunding platforms.
Guidelines for Investors in Clean Energy Projects via Crowdfunding
Enabling investors to make well-informed decisions, reputable crowdfunding platforms try to present relevant information in a well-documented and comprehensive manner. This guide provides you with a non- exhaustive list of questions. The guide is structured in three parts: the first part presents questions to ask yourself, the second part questions to research or ask the crowdfunding website, the last part questions to research or ask the particular project you want to invest in.
Draft Guidelines for Crowdfunding Platforms Interested in Hosting Renewable Projects
This guide presents a non-exhaustive series of questions that founders of crowdfunding platforms should ask themselves to facilitate better understanding and decision-making before launching a crowdfunding website for sustainable energy projects. It provides them with relevant information to proceed further.
Draft Guidelines for Renewable Energy Project Developers
This guide presents a series of questions that renewable energy developers should ask themselves and crowdfunding platforms in order to facilitate better understanding and decision-making before engaging in crowdfunding.
This report contains case studies from leading renewable energy crowdfunding platforms in Europe providing a detailed view of how the platforms are set up, regulated and operate their business as well as an overview of individual projects that have raised funds on each platform.
Review of Crowdfunding Regulation & RES Market Developments
A document providing a review of crowdfunding regulation and the latest market developments focussing on the aspects most relevant to the application of crowdfunding for RES project development in the EU.
Survey Results on Public Perceptions and the Views of Crowdfunding Platforms and Project Developers
This report presents the findings of three online surveys conducted in the second half of 2015 at the European level (and in several languages) regarding perceptions about crowdfunding in the renewables sector.
The report presents the findings of an online survey conducted over Spring and Summer 2016 at the European level regarding characteristics of economic agent decision making in the crowdfunding marketplace for renewable energy projects.
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