Enerfip, a France Based Renewable Energy Crowdfunding Platform, Approved to Operate under ECSPR

Enerfip, a France-based investment crowdfunding platform operating in the renewable energy sector, has gained approval to operate under ECSPR – European Crowdfunding Service Provider Regulation. Enerfip will now be able to raise capital online across all European Union member states. Issuers may raise up to €5 million.

Enerfip was previously regulated by the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) as a Participatory Investment Advisor as well as regulated by the French Prudential Control and Resolution Authority (ACPR) as a crowdfunding intermediary.

Under ECSPR, an online investment platform must be reviewed and approved by its relevant national authority to sell securities across the EU. Enerfip gained approval from the AMF.

 

Founded in 2014, Enerfip reports just under 40,000 investors having raised almost €300 million in debt offerings. Projects funded typically include solar and wind projects around France and several other countries, with investors generating a return of around 7% (pre-tax). In total, 280 projects have been financed on the platform. Enerfip publishes a page where performance data on securities offerings are posted.

Enerfip joins a growing number of investment crowdfunding platforms approved under ECSPR, offering pan-European crowdfunding. Expectations are for all EU platforms to be qualified by November 2023.

 

 

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