May 2019: Cameron Barney increases its commitment to the infra-tech sector


Cameron Barney increases its commitment to the infra-tech sector

May 2019

Cameron Barney is pleased to announce that it has expanded its partnership by combining with the partners of EnergyPro to deliver investment banking services to the growing infra-tech sector – where companies are committed to innovation and investment in infrastructures to foster sustainable growth and development.

Cameron Barney LLP is already one of the foremost advisers and investors in the UK’s fibre broadband sector having been the earliest funders of rural broadband and advising many of the UK’s alternative fibre network companies.  In 2017 Cameron Barney was appointed, with Infracapital, to manage one of the funds into which HM Government invested to support full fibre deployment in the UK.

Since 2008 Cameron Barney has been providing strategic financial advice to a range of entrepreneurial companies intent on building long-term sustainable businesses by deploying technology to improve infrastructure and the solutions and services that rely upon them.  In particular, Cameron Barney has advised and invested in providers of fibre and wireless broadband, data centres and cloud computing, healthcare software, energy transition, LED lighting and electric vehicle infrastructure.


EnergyPro has been providing advice on energy efficiency, energy services and financing efficiency to a range of corporates, local and national governments and international institutions including the European Commission and the UN since 2012.  As well as providing advice and thought leadership through its consultancy, EnergyPro also has an investment arm in a JV with Energy Efficiency Services Ltd, the Indian state owned energy services company which has deployed over £60m of capital in 18 months and provides unique access to India.

Investment in infrastructure and innovation are significant drivers of economic growth and development as well as helping solve some of the most pressing economic and environmental challenges we face. By combining with EnergyPro, we are delighted to increase our ability to support companies in the infra-tech sector and underscores our commitment to funding world-class small-cap businesses.
— Charles Cameron, Partner, Cameron Barney
Resolving the inter-linked sustainability problems society faces requires increased investment into smarter, cleaner and more efficient infrastructure and EnergyPro was formed with the purpose of increasing capital flows into energy and resource efficiency. Joining forces with Cameron Barney greatly enhances our capacity to bring capital to entrepreneurial companies combining infrastructure and technology to create sustainable solutions and businesses.
— Steven Fawkes, Partner, EnergyPro
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