A New Way to Build a Better World: Introducing Nexus Dev

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

It is no secret that our mission at Nexus PMG is to build a better world. We are passionate about our ethical obligation to our planet. This is the only home we have. Thus, we have no intention of holding back our efforts to ensure future generations can enjoy the rich diversity and comfort it offers. By committing to projects that reduce our carbon footprint and empowering a community of like-minded individuals and organizations, we are hard at work.

But for us, it is still not enough.

In addition to our ethical obligation, we feel we have a fiduciary one. As the saying goes, “put your money where your mouth is.” So, we decided to do just that. I could not be more pleased to announce our partnership with Nexus Dev, a newly formed $20M development capital investment vehicle designed to capitalize and drive mid and late-stage projects under development to a successful financial closing. Nexus Dev is committed to providing such capital to renewable and circular economy assets in sectors such as biofuels, sustainable agriculture, renewable power, and waste-to-value.

Although Nexus Dev exists as a stand-alone entity backed by a strategic investor, strategically, Nexus PMG has partnered with Nexus Dev to offer a team of diversified sustainable infrastructure project development, engineering, and operations experts skilled in assessing and mitigating investment risk. 

There is no denying that project development is a complex undertaking. However, by offering development teams difficult-to-access capital in a collaboration (as deemed) with Nexus PMG’s subject matter expertise, intellectual property, and deep-rooted feedstock, offtake, and finance relationships, we are confident in increasing the number of sustainable infrastructure projects that come to market.

We are doing everything in our power to build a better world. We are obsessed with reducing the impacts of climate change and will do whatever it takes to make a material impact. The opportunity to empower development companies and entrepreneurs with much-needed capital and expertise will only aid in our goals of reducing infrastructure’s carbon intensity.

Circular economy for the win.

Benjamin Hubbard

Ben Hubbard

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