No time to lose
The world is already at +1.1°C and there is not a lot more carbon dioxide that mankind can add to the atmosphere.
But we are optimistic. Because optimism is a moral duty – thanks to Immanuel Kant who taught us this. So, action is the right path forward.
At Junction, we are shifting energy transition into a higher gear. We know from experience that incredible results can be achieved with ambitious climate-tech entrepreneurs.
We are an investment fund dedicated to energy transition and nothing else. Our team is a junction of former entrepreneurs and investment professionals. We take on the challenges and the complexity of energy transition shoulder to shoulder with entrepreneurs and founders.
Growth equity investments are the way to move things forward. We back ambitious energy transition entrepreneurs with the aim to gain critical mass, expand the footprint of their innovative solutions, and make actual change happen.More about us
“Been there” team
In our previous roles, we have collectively reduced GHG emissions by more than 1 million tons per annum. We achieved this by building and growing green energy suppliers, project developers, PV installers, zero-emission aggregators, and energy storage developers.
We have a track record at the junction of creating value for shareholders and climate change mitigation.
Members of the Advisory Board may have to withdraw from certain discussions held by the Advisory Board to avoid a breach of Unbundling Rules (including aArticle 9 of the Belgian Law dd. 29th of April 1999, and Article 10 of the Belgian Royal Decree dd. 3rd of May 1999 (an “Unbundling Matter”)).
If an Unbundling Matter is (about to be) discussed, the Advisory Board Member has the right to withdraw from such a discussion.
The Advisory Board Member shall exercise the right of withdrawal at his/her sole discretion and in a way that he/she deems fit.
The Manager and the Fund shall have no influence, whatsoever, in the way the Advisory Board Member does or does not exercise his/her right of withdrawal.