- MBCE may be unable to raise enough capital to proceed with installations, in the event cannot proceed investors will be repaid their investments in full.
- Capital costs of the installations could be higher than anticipated. Operational costs may rise faster than anticipated.
- There may be interruptions to the generation of electricity from the installations once built, caused by damage to or mechanic/electrical failure of equipment.
- Solar PV panel performance projections are based on methodologies commonly used by the industry, but long-term changes to weather patterns and/or equipment under-performance may result in lower levels of electricity generation and therefore income.
- Changes in Government legislation may affect the profitability of future renewable energy projects undertaken by MBCE.
- Future projects in which MBCE invests could affect its ability to pay interest.
- Investors may fail to qualify for EIS relief.
- MBCE may cease to qualify for EIS relief. If this were to happen within three years of your investment, it could result in you having to repay any income tax relief youhave received.
MBCE has undertaken a series of mitigation measures to reduce the risks stated above, including insurance, prudent management practices and alternative funding mechanisms.
This list is not necessarily comprehensive and you should read the entire Share Offer and the Rules of MBCE to consider other risks which may impact upon your investment.