£3,000 plus VAT where market capitalisation is below £3m
£5,000 plus VAT where market capitalisation is between £3m & £5m
£7,500 plus VAT where market capitalisation is between £5m & £10m
£10,000 plus VAT where market capitalisation is between £10m & £25m
£15,000 plus VAT where market capitalisation is above £25m
Pricing Schedule for Debt Securities - Annual Fee per Issue
£10,000 plus VAT per standalone debt issue or debt issuance programme
Pricing Schedule for Funds - Annual Fee
£10,000 plus VAT per Fund
Payable on ratification of Impact Report by the Admissions Panel
City Windmills is a small wind turbine manufacturer, headquartered in the UK with operational centers in Switzerland and the USA. In contrast to the standard horizontal axis wind turbine (HAWT) configuration that most are familiar with, the innovative and silent City Windmills’ turbines are constructed around a vertical axis wind turbine (VAWT). In addition to wind turbines, the company has developed wind lighting products for off grid locations and developing countries. City Windmills has design protection in it’s current areas of operation. City Windmills has the objective to become the world leader in small wind turbines for corporations and households.
City Windmills’ mission is to “provide a renewable, scalable, and genuinely sustainable energy source as an independent, economic and competitive alternative to fossil fuels – thus ensuring energy security for the consumer and safeguarding the environment for future generations”. City Windmills will achieve this mission through the development, commercialization and deployment of the company’s innovative suite of vertical axis small-scale wind generators. City Windmills’ wind power solutions are modular, scalable and can be tailored to meet the requirements of customers ranging from large enterprises seeking to reduce their carbon footprint, to households seeking greater energy security, through to communities in the developing world seeking a low cost renewable lighting solution.City Windmills believes that the economics of wind energy will encourage home and business owners to embrace small wind turbine technology, just as they have adopted solar power.