Trust. Knowledge. Experience.

Hamilton March is a private investment firm focused on Infrastructure and Energy Investments.
We leverage our diverse experience as owners and operators of business to build and support the platforms  underpinning the delivery of next generation technology.

Private Equity

Identifying opportunities and implementing strategies to maximise value.

Energy

Implementation of clean technology to produce power and digital infrastructure.

Research & Development

Development of unproven technics and technologies in order to advance the clean tech landscape and long-term investment security.

Property

Hamilton March utilises property,  engineering and technology expertise to repurpose land and buildings to return value and future proof investment.

About Us

Hamilton March is an independent private equity firm located in London. Hamilton March takes the role of advisors, principle or co-principle in a collection of commercial and financial activities.

Since its inception the firm has raised equity primarily for energy, property and early stage businesses that required capital or technical and professional skills focused on infrastructure and clean tech. The arrangement between partners allows Hamilton March to fund projects within short timescales and be flexible in its approach.

Recent Publications

UK Battery Industry Market Analysis

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CONTACT US

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Scott House,  Suite 1, The Concourse, Waterloo Station , London  SE1 7LY

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Energy

Hamilton March believes that the energy sector is now maturing into a landscape of secure returns on capital for traditional investors seeking
regular returns.

The demise of the government’s incentive-based investments, means that appropriate technology supported with quality installation in a robust
contract structure provides value to the market and the maturing industry.

Importantly, Hamilton March’s clear understanding of the investment criteria can provide the capability required to optimise the efficiencies of
the asset, this is complimentary to the work carried out by the technical teams in the R&D business.

Battery

Batteries are providing resilience support to National Grid and the district network operators when the grid demand is fluctuating through peaks
and troughs of demand and generation. This is particularly acute during the transition from traditional power function to renewable sources.
Hamilton March have established an aggregated group of smaller battery sites to combine resilience and provide support power to digital and
power driven operations, which have critical supply requirements, such as, mobile telephone, mini data centres and EV chargers.

Gas Peaking

Gas peaking is a key part of National Grid’s strategic infrastructure. Hamilton march invested in the development of a turnkey investment model.
Hamilton March has now established IBG, a strategic JV with Rampart Capital to develop 300MW of gas peaking

Research & Development

The current R&D work will support this work stream to deliver a sustainable and rounded community benefits project, combining power optimisation, food chainbenefits, EV Charfers, and Digital Services.

It is clear that the UK has a great deal of innovative and intelligent engineers and technologists who can develop solutions to assist the evolution of clean tec and renewable energy.

Hamilton March recognised in 2017 that much of transition of this technology and expertise is hindered by bureaucracy and red tape to actually find a commercial enterprise prepared to spend time, let alone, invest capital to incubate and test these products and concepts.

WIND & BATTERY

Power curve efficiency of wind turbines and storage of power in batteries with software to optimise with AI to support grid resilience is valuable
for optimising carbon capture and waste mitigation. The team have commenced work to define this

Future Projects

Conversion of fuel gases to agricultural food stock:
Objective: removal of CO2 re-use of waste for world poverty program.


Modular Hybrid

In 2017 Hamilton March invested in the development of a product to support the frequency response challenges of National Grid in conjunction with Electricity North West Ltd. The product was taken through concept, bench testing and Phase 1 prototype to then be connected and tested in live market.

The Grid Response Module® (“GRM”) was a combination of  batteries, a biofuel generator and software to operate into grid to mitigate voltage swing and market connection in under two seconds, but operate for as long as National Grid demand was under supplied or over supplied.


Industrial Scale Lab

In 2018 Hamilton March commenced a JV project to build an industrial scale plant in Derbyshire, England.
It was recognised that the value of the desk top and bench testing in the universities could not be advance significantly to allow the modelling and operational data to be purified.

The bench testing phase completed in 2019 and the plant is now commencing a series of tests in collaboration with two international recognised universities:

Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh
Queen’s University, Belfast

Property

Hamilton March recognise the crisis looming in the residential home sector. The constraints are largely down to two key areas: planning and finance.

The complexity of the planning process and the restraints of local authorities to sanction planning have been  cited at UK government level as the two main reasons for the failure to build sufficient residential housing in recent times.  Moreover, the lack of mainstream finance to build private and social housing has evidently been a contributory factor.

Whilst private sector supply has been fairly consistent over the last 50 years, population growth and demographic changes have increased the demand for homes.

The UK Government recognises that they will need to boost funding for affordable housing if supply is set to increase, whilst embracing more imaginative solutions around the re-use of buildings and development types. Institutional investors are now deploying to this area with large capital allocation for Public Rental Schemes (PRS).

The skills of Hamilton March’s partners, both in energy and in property, are ideally placed to support the prospect of successful capital deployment into a secure asset class.

Charlie Clements

Director

Charlie’s skills lie in developing businesses and delivering complicated Asset transactions. For over 20 years, he has provided the hands-on management support and strategic vision required to deliver structured value creation and improve business performance. His experience helps companies solve complex operational issues and he has also worked extensively in the areas of asset and portfolio management. Charlie has managed investments in sectors including property, energy, the care sector and recycling, and has consistently delivered a return on investment for his shareholders. Recently Charlie has managed a large Energy Fund for Renewable Energy and was part of the Consensus team that delivered 168 residential units and a 130 bed hotel.

William Andrews

Director

Willy has over 20 years experience in professional sales and business management. During this time he has developed a network of trusted and skilled contacts who can deliver consistently and specifically in key areas within the renewables industry. In the last 6 years, he has delivered in excess of £50m in renewable projects including Ground Mount, Commercial Rooftop and Council tenant Rooftops. He has experience in both the client and delivery side of transactions, which ensures unique skills to close transactions for satisfaction of investee or investor. Willy is presently managing three national contracts with institutions and afiliate groups which require specialist client services and resource management.

Dorian Puric

Financial Analyst
Dorian graduated from King’s College London with a degree in Mathematics and joined Hamilton March in 2018. Dorian has worked as Financial Analyst within Hamilton March for over two years, and in August 2020 has completed his Masters in Finance at Imperial College London.

Thomas Gruden

Legal Analyst

Thomas completed his Graduate Diploma in Law with BPP University and then joined Hamilton March as he was completing his Legal Practice Course MSc in Business, Law and Management at the University of Law.

Maggie Clay

Executive Assistant

Maggie’s Bio

Private Equity

Hamilton March is a private investment firm focused on Infrastructure and Energy investments.
We leverage our formative experience as operators to build and support the platforms underpinning the delivery of next generation technology.

Technology
Research and Development and proven technology to optimize value.

Land Use
Research and Development and proven technology to iptimise value.

Investment Principles
Research and Development and proven technology to iptimise value.