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Crowdfunding Opportunities in Engineering and Construction

Premium Libertine Engineering and Construction
Developing ultra-efficient combustion cycles by replacing a conventional engine's mechanical drivetrain with cleaner and compact electrical components. Libertine have created Free Piston Engines that can operate by using either fossil fuels, or renewable energy. Their products have opportunities to provide benefits in numerous industries and the company has already had discussions with two large automotive firms and OEMs that are interested in utilising the technology. Libertine owns 28 patents and has distributed a license for its product, which is currently generating annual revenue growth of around 90%. Revenues in 2017 totalled £300k.
investment: £710,970 target: £700,001
status: Extended
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A wind turbine's generator currently uses rare-earth magnets which cost £40 per kg, Greenspur have developed innovative generators which use ferrite magnets, an abundantly available material, that cost as little as £1 per kg. The company have made further advancements by removing the gearbox, which has resulted in lower maintenance costs and improved efficiency.
investment: £368,640 target: £500,000 pre-money valuation: £2,340,909
status: Active
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Revolution Race Cars Engineering and Construction
'Revolution Race Cars' is the brainchild of a team of British designers, engineers, and industry specialists. The company has produced an all-new race car: Revolution A-One that challenges not only the status quo but also changes the postcode. The car is created after eighteen months of R&D, rigorous selection, and 4,000 miles of extreme testing of Revolution's suppliers and partners. The official production of Revolution A-One started in May 2019, and its sales have already been recorded in three countries. With the proceeds, the company will optimise its production cycle for future expansion.
investment: £156,010 target: £300,000 pre-money valuation: £10,792,500
status: Funded 11 days
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Cornish Lithium intends to set up an environmentally-responsible and unique lithium extraction industry in the UK. The company has acquired exploration rights for lithium and other battery metals across Cornwall. Extensive mineral rights agreements have given the company a first-mover advantage in Cornwall. The funds raised will be used to support research over the next 12 months, which includes sample collection, in order to completely understand the battery metal potential of Cornwall.
investment: £937,700 target: £1,000,000 pre-money valuation: £20,000,000
status: Active 18 days
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An engineering parts washing company using environmentally friendly aqueous solvent technology to clean components. As of January 2018, Safe Solvents uses a service model to generate income. The company has currently signed 131 contracts with businesses in the engineering sector and is expecting to sign almost 20 more by the end of their financial year in February 2019. Safe Solvents has patented their technology and is aiming to achieve an 8% market share within the next 5 years in the UK. The company is now raising funds to expand further in the UK, as well as enter the global market. In addition, Safe Solvents is currently developing 4 new products with many more in the pipeline and the company is also seeking to enter other industries that can benefit from the technology.
investment: £1,110,070 target: £800,000 pre-money valuation: £3,500,000
status: Expired
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Environmentally friendly roads created by replacing the oil-based bitumen with plastic from old rubbish and landfill, resulting in longer lasting, stronger and more durable roads. MacRebur roads are already in place and can be driven on in the UK and the firm is in advanced discussions and testing with international markets such as the USA, Canada and Australia. MacRebur supply their product to major asphalt companies including Aggregate, Cemex and Tarmac.
investment: £3,215,178 target: £1,500,016 pre-money valuation: £14,502,202
status: Expired
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Africa New Energies Limited Engineering and Construction EIS
Africa New Energies holds an oil exploration license in Namibia, where it has applied its unique surface exploration method to identify a gross unrisked prospective resource of 1.6 billion barrels of oil equivalent.
investment: £30,330 target: £30,000 pre-money valuation: £11,508,462
status: Funded
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Polysolar specialises in manufacturing photovoltaic windows capable of generating electricity, which can be used in buildings to generate clean renewable energy whilst also meeting planning regulations. Its technology is already in-use by major organisations such as Network Rail and Sainsbury's.
investment: £1,325,070 target: £750,000 pre-money valuation: £8,948,332
status: Expired
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Wearable Technologies Engineering and Construction EIS
WTL is an early leader in “intelligent” clothing, selling consumer and industrial garments with embedded washable electronics through retailers globally, including Halfords. We focus on safety. At the intersection of garments, electronics and data, building an IoT connected platform. An IP100 Award 2015 winner, with over 40 granted patents in fabric sensing in which Apple and Google have shown interest. The company was Innovation Award honoree at CES 2015 and has gained media/TV exposure in 30 countries. Massive future opportunities to enhance worker safety and productivity through embedding cameras, sensors, comms into garments. WTL is currently working with Intel, BP, and Accenture.
investment: £524,943 target: £600,000 pre-money valuation: £8,833,528
status: Expired
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Aiming to prevent further deterioration and leakage of water and sewerage pipes, Aqualiner has developed their Melt in Place Pipe (MIPP). This patented technology consists of a sock insertion, which when heated, expands and melts onto the inner pipe and forms a solid glass-reinforced thermoplastic layer. This process can increase the longevity of existing pipes and is the only product of this type to be approved to be safe-for-use in drinking water pipes. The UK has more than 251,000 miles of water pipes, where almost 75,000 miles of pipes are classed as damaged. Aqualiner firstly plans to sell the initial equipment in return for a small profit margin, but the materials and consumables used in the process will be sold to the licensed contractor directly as a second income stream. The third source of revenue is derived from fees charged to International territorial licensors for any Aqualiner sales. The product has been developed with support from Anglian Water, Severn Trent Water and Yorkshire Water and is approved to be installed in US drinking water pipes.
investment: £642,471 target: £500,000 pre-money valuation: £5,637,480
status: Expired
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Go Modular Technologies Engineering and Construction EIS
Go Modular design and build off-site modules for the construction industry. Using their innovative modular construction technology they aim to revolutionise the construction process making it more time efficient and less expensive to produce buildings. In 2018, Go Modular are looking to open their first factory in the UK which will enable them to offer the construction industry factory-produced building units that form the finished structure at the construction site.
investment: £488,240 target: £395,000 pre-money valuation: £2,765,000
status: Expired
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Glovebox Direct is an online automotive parts, accessories and merchandise marketplace selling original equipment direct from the car and bike brands.
investment: £98,410 target: £120,000 pre-money valuation: £800,245
status: Expired
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