New South Wales, Australia, February 10, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Anchor Advisory Secure $38.5m AUD for LEP Waste to Energy
An Australian waste to energy company specializing in plasma gasification of various forms of waste to energy, secured an award over three years of $38.5 million AUD thanks to the hard work and dedication of the Anchor Advisory team headed by Mr Nasir Mogul.
Mr Nasir Mogul and the Anchor Advisory team worked closely with LEP Waste to Energy based in Australia from beginning to end, ensuring that total professionalism was shown at all times. Anchor Advisory offered a complete financial solution to LEP Waste to Energy from the initial discussions, through to compiling the necessary information and applying for the funding through their government’s funding/financing program – with the assistance of Anchor Advisory and Mr Nasir Mogul, LEP Waste to Energy secured a significant award of $38.5 million AUD.
LEP Waste to Energy are an Australian owned and based company whose passion to be environmentally responsible will ensure their success. They aim to build, operate and own wherever possible, waste to energy green power generation facilities.
LEP will be the first of its kind in Australia and New Zealand to use Plasma conversion as a means of creating green energy from waste.
LEP Waste to Energy CEO commented, “It is my belief that the skills and resources required to lead the world in waste to energy solutions are right here, but we need to be better than any other nation to succeed. This funding allows us to make investment where progression demands it.”
Anchor Advisory specializes in funding and financing of R&D projects by taking advantage of their extensive funding and financing networks and international associates. Their expert skill, successful execution and professionalism has secured multi-million dollars worth of funding to many companies across the globe.
Anchor Advisory promotes innovation, creates jobs, and provides key elements to a market that make it dynamic and prevent the industry from becoming stagnant. Governments have increasingly been viewing R&D as essential for their future and many have been allocating a larger portion of their GDP in various funding/financing structures to create a blossoming environment for Research and Development projects.
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