A New Era of Energy Generation for Mast Energy Developments
“…Raise the flag for Mast Energy Developments, an investment opportunity protecting the UK’s energy security…”
The Beast from the East version two brought sub zero temperatures to the UK in February and the inconvenience of power outages typically considered a third world, not a first world problem.
The reality is a shortage in the UK’s gas supply and unreliability of renewables will affect electricity generation, leading to shortages and an increase in prices.
The solution lies in the providers of reserve power.
Enter Kibo Energy which has demonstrated proof of concept in the provision of energy in Sub-Saharan Africa. With power plat projects in Mozambique, Tanzania and Botswana, Kibo is now the main shareholder in the UK’s Mast Energy Developments, a vehicle for flexible energy generation projects in increasingly energy-deficient Blighty.
With off takes agreed and a capital raise accomplished for a standard listing, Mast Energy is being lined up for an imminent IPO, but retail investors need to be quick with only 25% of the shares being offered to the investing public.
Kibo’s CEO, Louis Coetzee says critical to the success of the company’s portfolio is the right team, the right off takers, reliable EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) contractors, the right advisors and carefully selected shovel ready sites – all of which Kibo has.
Louis tells Sarah Lowther why he’s confident that Mast Energy Developments will be both a power and cash generator. And while he has listed seven companies, he tells her it’s start-ups that he’s addicted to, not the IPO process.
Investments in placings and IPO’s involve a high degree of risk and are not suitable for all investors. The value of your investment can go down as well as up, your capital is at risk.
The author was remunerated but does not hold shares in the company