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City Windmills Holdings Plc
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Social Impact:  Conservation of the Natural Environment
Business Area: Renewable Energy: Manufacturer and installer of vertical axis micro wind-turbines
Established: 2016

Location: London, UK

City Windmills is a UK registered small wind turbine manufacturer and installer with operations in the US, UK and Switzerland. The company currently produces generators for residential, commercial and industrial use. In contrast to the standard horizontal axis configuration that most are familiar with, the innovative and silent City Windmills generator is constructed around a vertical axis turbine. In addition to supplying wind turbine generators, the company has developed and is testing wind lighting products. named WindLightingTM. City Windmills’s objective is to become a world leader in small wind turbines for commercial buildings and households. The company 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. City Windmills has design protection in North America, the European Union and Switzerland, and is investigating design protection in Asia ahead of a Japan / Asia joint venture. This report was produced for the Social Stock Exchange Annual Research Book 2017. It delivers an independent take on the Environmental, Social, Governance, as well as Economic performance of the members of the Social Stock Exchange.

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Dedicated Home Care Ltd
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Social Impact:  Mental Health and Wellbeing
Business Area: Specialised Residential Care Homes; Supported Living; Environmental Sustainability
Established: 2016

Location: London, UK

Dedicated Home Care Ltd (DHC) is a high quality homecare provider with a focus on the issues faced by elderly people who wish to remain in their own homes and be able to enjoy an independent life as much as possible. Demand in this area has been growing for a number of years, increasing the pressure on already overstretched social and healthcare services in the UK. DHC is led by a board comprising the three founders, who have relevant experience in the provision of care, property maintenance and financial products. The team will be reinforced with other appropriate appointments as required. DHC is currently in its developmental stage with a pilot launching during H1 2017. The company will provide a blend of services, and the core activities will include: Personal care for elderly people; Maintenance of the dwelling; Local area care managers who will directly coordinate all services; A 24/7 call centre staffed by care professionals and based in the UK; Access to funding for those who are asset rich and cash poor. The company uses technology as an integral part of the management and communication structure. This report was produced for the Social Stock Exchange Annual Research Book 2017. It delivers an independent take on the Environmental, Social, Governance, as well as Economic performance of the members of the Social Stock Exchange.

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Ethical Property Company Ltd
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Social Impact:  Housing and Local Facilities
Business Area: Affordable Offices; Environmental Sustainability
Established: 1998

Location: Oxford, UK

Established in 1998, Ethical Property Company Ltd (The Ethical Property Company) is one of the largest social businesses in the UK, owning and managing a total of 23 Centres across England, Scotland and Wales, and providing office, meeting, event and retail space to over 1,000 organisations, small businesses and social enterprises each year. Tenants benefit from reasonable rents, flexible tenancy terms and being part of a working community where they can exchange skills and ideas. The UK company is part of a wider international family of organisations providing similar services in Australia, Belgium and France. Each company is committed to a set of five management principles, referred as ‘Quintessentials’. These are designed to ensure that all members conform to common aims, values and the Triple Bottom Line approach. Thus, investment in The Ethical Property Company offers investors a financial, social and environmental return. This report was produced for the Social Stock Exchange Annual Research Book 2017. It delivers an independent take on the Environmental, Social, Governance, as well as Economic performance of the members of the Social Stock Exchange.

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FirstCarbon Solutions Ltd
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Social Impact:  Conservation of the Natural Environment
Business Area: Environmental sustainability business services and solutions
Established: 1982

Location: London, UK; HQ: Irvine, California, USA

FirstCarbon Solutions Limited (FCS) is an environmental services consultancy firm. The company has nearly 100 employees providing technical expertise, data management and software solutions to public agencies, private businesses, and non-government entities. FCS provides technical expertise and solutions tailored to help comply with regulations, secure approvals and meet the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the U.S. federal National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). FCS’ main business activities include: Assessment and reduction of air pollution, greenhouse gas emissions and water use; Protection of natural resources, endangered species and biodiversity; Corporate sustainability planning, reporting and scoring; Mitigation of environment related business risk. This report was produced for the Social Stock Exchange Annual Research Book 2017. It delivers an independent take on the Environmental, Social, Governance, as well as Economic performance of the members of the Social Stock Exchange.

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Golden Lane Housing Ltd
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Social Impact:  Housing and Local Facilities
Business Area: Homelessness, Social and Affordable Housing; Poverty Alleviation; Green and Clean Tech; Construction and Development; Environmental Sustainability
Established: 1998

Location: London, UK

Golden Lane Housing Ltd (GLH) is a leading national housing provider for people with learning disabilities. Mencap established it as an independent registered charity in 1998 in response to the huge need for housing for people with a learning disability. Its mission is to provide quality homes around which people with learning disabilities can build their lives. To achieve this, all properties benefit from investment to meet GLH’s standards and tenants are provided with specialist housing management, repairs and maintenance support to ensure they can sustain their tenancy. The majority of GLH tenants have a moderate to severe learning disability and have substantial support needs. Most tenants’ rent is paid directly by the local authority. Tenants benefit from having security of tenure, safe and appropriately adapted accommodation that is well-maintained and situated in a good location. This, combined with specialist support, enables tenants to have greater independence and control over their lives. It also leads to improved physical and mental health, greater safety, better relationships and opportunities to integrate into their local community. This report was produced for the Social Stock Exchange Annual Research Book 2017. It delivers an independent take on the Environmental, Social, Governance, as well as Economic performance of the members of the Social Stock Exchange.

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Good Energy Group Plc
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Social Impact:  Conservation of the Natural Environment
Business Area: Renewable Energy: Generation and Distribution of Electricity
Established: 1999

Location: Chippenham, Wiltshire, UK

Good Energy Group PLC (Good Energy) is holding and management company with a focus on the purchase, generation and sale of electricity and gas from renewable sources, micro-renewable generation services, and the development of new electricity generation sites. Company segments are split into Supply and Electricity Generation companies, including units such as electricity supply, feed-in tariff (FIT) administration and gas supply, wind and solar generation companies, generation development, early-stage development companies, and holding companies. Good Energy supplies electricity to around 72,250 domestic and commercial customers, and supplies gas to approximately 43,000 domestic customers. It also supports a community of 124,500 independent green power generators across the UK. The Company, through its subsidiary, Good Energy Generation Limited is also an investor in renewable energy projects. Good Energy partners with independent renewable generators and also develops its own renewable generation assets. This report was produced for the Social Stock Exchange Annual Research Book 2017. It delivers an independent take on the Environmental, Social, Governance, as well as Economic performance of the members of the Social Stock Exchange.

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HaloSource Inc.
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Social Impact:  Conservation of the Natural Environment
Business Area: Drinking Water Purification Technology
Established: 1994

Location: Seattle, Washington, USA

HaloSource Inc. (HaloSource) is a clean water technology company providing innovative solutions to the growing issue of water stress and brings clean, safe drinking water to more than 10 million people in China, India and Latin America through their proprietary HaloPure® technology and partnerships with leading multinational companies. The company’s technology is taken to market through strategic partners across each region who are making major inroads into dramatically underpenetrated markets where often simple filtration or the only methods used for water purification. HaloSource has offices and operations in Bothell, Washington USA, Shanghai, China, and Bangalore India where some of the world’s leading scientists, are developing innovations in the technology of water purification whilst the companys broader team works to advance the commercialisation of those technologies. This report was produced for the Social Stock Exchange Annual Research Book 2017. It delivers an independent take on the Environmental, Social, Governance, as well as Economic performance of the members of the Social Stock Exchange.

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HERi Madagascar S.a.r.l
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Social Impact:  International Development
Business Area: Economic and Social Development; Micro-Franchise; Access to Energy; Agriculture; Renewable Energy; Sustainable Development; Energy Access; Rural Development
Established: 2012

Location: Antananarivo, Madagascar

Founded in Madagascar, HERi Madagascar S.a.r.l (HERi) is an enterprise with an inclusive business model that connects rural communities with access to clean energy, enhanced livelihoods and opportunities for sustainable development. HERi’s kiosks are operated as franchises by local female entrepreneurs. These energy-enabled kiosks are both retail outlets for life-enhancing products, and purchasing hubs for high-value crops – increasing both access and income within the communities we serve. Today the company has 85 kiosks, reaching a network of 200,000+ low-income rural households every day. By the end of 2017, HERi targets 150 kiosks within Madagascar with ambitions for international growth. This report was produced for the Social Stock Exchange Annual Research Book 2017. It delivers an independent take on the Environmental, Social, Governance, as well as Economic performance of the members of the Social Stock Exchange.

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Home from Home Care Ltd
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Social Impact:  Mental Health & Wellbeing
Business Area: Specialised Residential Care; Environmental Sustainability
Established: 2004

Location: London, UK

Since 2004, Home from Home Care Ltd (HFHC) has developed specialist residential care homes for adults with learning disabilities and complex support needs. HFHC has created Micro Communities where small groups of compatible individuals can live together. Outward facing to the wider community, these Micro Communities incorporate different Care Quality Commission (CQC) registered residential services and a Community ‘Hub’. The Hub includes an activity centre and sensory room and can be used by residents from across all HFHC’s Micro Communities as well as individuals living in the wider community. In 2015/16, HFHC built two new Specialist Integration Homes (SIHs). Each individual has their own self-contained one-bedroom apartment which links into shared communal space, which they can choose to access, or not, on their own terms. This level of personalisation with its exceptional environments and care and support offers pathways out of institutional care for adults with very complex needs. This allows them the opportunity to reach their potential and have ‘life on their terms’. This report was produced for the Social Stock Exchange Annual Research Book 2017. It delivers an independent take on the Environmental, Social, Governance, as well as Economic performance of the members of the Social Stock Exchange.

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Menhaden Capital Plc
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Social Impact:  Conservation of the Natural Environment
Business Area: Investments in businesses and opportunities, delivering or benefiting from the efficient use of energy and resources.
Established: 2015

Location: London, UK

Menhaden Capital Plc (Menhaden) is a listed Investment Trust whose investment objective is to generate long-term shareholder returns, predominantly in the form of capital growth, by investing in businesses delivering or benefiting from the efficient use of energy and resources irrespective of their size, location or stage of development. The company’s investment objective is pursued through constructing a conviction-driven portfolio consisting primarily of direct listed and unlisted holdings across asset classes and geographies. Menhaden’s conviction driven portfolio has invested millions of pounds in businesses offering solutions to the sustainability challenges facing the world, and provides investors with access to a diverse range of green projects and companies. Menhaden takes a long-term, patient approach to investment, and the company believes that this approach good for society, for the environment and for investors. This report was produced for the Social Stock Exchange Annual Research Book 2017. It delivers an independent take on the Environmental, Social, Governance, as well as Economic performance of the members of the Social Stock Exchange.

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