Cases

Responsible agricultural business

Within the agricultural sector, the topic of sustainability is gaining considerable momentum. The Dutch agricultural sector has the lowest environmental impact in the world. SCG is active in this sector on several fronts, including the dairy industry. We provided sustainability scans, strategy creation, and strategy implementation for three different dairy companies in The Netherlands, Italy, and Greece. Our approach allowed the companies to immediately obtain the certificates necessary for sustainable financing and grants. The first project was a “wastewater treatment plant” in Cyprus, resulting in a fully sustainable financing process.

Running projects in the Energy sector

BP The Netherlands

SCG partner Nexio was requested to assist in shaping BP’s sustainable strategy. The goal is to make sustainability certification possible.

Heating system operator

SCG has been asked to supervise the growth financing of a heat and cold storage operator. Raising approximately 50 million euros of capital from various branches.

Achieving a sustainable real estate portfolio

We were approached by an organization planning to build a sustainable real estate portfolio. This would partly be realized by purchasing sustainable buildings which were already lend. Combined with purchasing and developing objects to make them more sustainable. SCG advised on strategy, business models, and financing. Structuring a green fund with both a Sustainalytics and S&P rating. Additionally, we selected the AIFM, decided on the placement partners, and ensured that the bond was placed.

Participating in projects

A sustainable project developer wanted to participate in projects he carried out for his clients. Wondering how this could be done in a sustainable, and commercially responsible way. SCG created an investment platform allowing the developer to participate from 50% to 100% in the desired projects. This allowed the client to realize an improved return for his added value and contributing to making the real estate sector more sustainable.

Responsible agricultural business

Within the agricultural sector, the topic of sustainability is gaining considerable momentum. The Dutch agricultural sector has the lowest environmental impact in the world. SCG is active in this sector on several fronts, including the dairy industry. We provided sustainability scans, strategy creation, and strategy implementation for three different dairy companies in The Netherlands, Italy, and Greece. Our approach allowed the companies to immediately obtain the certificates necessary for green financing and sustainability grants. The first project was a “wastewater treatment plant” in Cyprus, resulting in a fully sustainable financing process.

Running projects in the Energy sector

BP The Netherlands

SCG partner Nexio was requested to assist in shaping BP’s sustainable strategy. The goal is to make sustainable certification possible.

Heating system operator

SCG has been asked to supervise the growth financing of a heat and cold storage operator. Raising approximately 50 million euros of sustainable capital from various branches.

Achieving a sustainable real estate portfolio

We were approached by an organization planning to build a sustainable real estate portfolio. This would partly be realized by purchasing sustainable buildings which were already lend. Combined with purchasing and developing objects to make them more sustainable. SCG advised on strategy, business models, and financing. Structuring a green fund with both a Sustainalytics and S&P rating. Additionally, we selected the AIFM, decided on the placement partners, and ensured that the green bond was placed.

Participating in projects

A sustainable project developer wanted to participate in projects he carried out for his clients. Wondering how this could be done in a commercially, and socially responsible way. SCG created an investment platform allowing the developer to participate from 50% to 100% in the desired projects. This allowed the client to realize an improved return for his added value and contributing to making the real estate sector more sustainable.