BES/EII Scheme: Pinnacle gets involved in new scheme

Horwath Bastow Charleton Limerick (Horwath) and Pinnacle Capital Partners Limited are not running a Pinnacle Fund this year due to the delay in the introduction of the EII Scheme that replaces the BES

4th December, 2011

Horwath Bastow Charleton Limerick (Horwath) and Pinnacle Capital Partners Limited are not running a Pinnacle Fund this year due to the delay in the introduction of the EII Scheme that replaces the BES scheme.

However, the firm has been engaged to assist the promoters of two separate windfarm projects, Carrownaweelaun Energy Limited and Rathnameneenagh Energy Limited, to assist them in raising BES finance. Both projects have sites secured with full planning permission.

"Although we are...

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