We’re pleased to announce that PassivPod is now live on the Angel Investment Network and offering equity shares to investors.
PassivPod is seeking a minimum of £350k for 11% equity, up to £700K for 22% equity. Of the minimum investment, £300k will enable showrooms to be built and £50k will be for wider international marketing. The business strategy is to accelerate higher financial returns within five years. HMRC have given advance assurance for SEIS and EIS tax relief.
PassivPod is a zero carbon, ellipsoid, timber frame building, powered by 100% renewable energy and built exclusively using natural materials.
The two directors Mark Pellant and Clive Bonny have won several awards for ecodesign, technology and innovation. They have personally invested £100,000 in developing this project over the last three years.
The modular off-grid design allows a fast, low-cost and off-site build for on-site erection within weeks – without the environmental damage caused by transporting heavy bricks and mortar. PassivPod technologies have been tested successfully for four years in Koru Architects’ office.
The designs have been endorsed by experts in leisure parks, schools, homes, property development, commercial innovation and leading timber manufacturers. The PassivPod is a flexible innovative design which can be adapted for leisure, education, commercial and residential purposes – all sectors which have a high demand for green buildings.
As a physical asset with wide appeal and multiple applications in an expanding industry, PassivPod is a strong investment. Moreover, the leadership team brings a complimentary mix of architectural and business expertise.
- High demand from schools, home offices and rural developments
- High margin model with quality offsite manufacturing and fast erection
- High growth cashflow protected by guaranteed stage payments per sale
- Experienced team and award winning founders in place since 2015
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