Our Approach

Acceleration Capital.
Transformational Skills.

Pharaoh Capital investments are made in companies from early-stage to expanding businesses seeking to develop products and/or markets.

Investment Criteria

Company Size

• Revenue of £1m to £20m
• EBITDA not essential: we need to see opportunity and profit-potential


• Experienced management
• Attractive business model
• Stable and growing earnings
• Favorable industry dynamics
• Defensible market position
• Early stage companies (not startups) and
turnaround situations

Capital Need

• £500k to £20m


• We make investments across the UK.


• Energy
• Renewables
• Natural Resources
• Infrastructure
• Technology with an Energy management aspect
• Software with an Energy management aspect

We dig deeper from day one to see beyond risks and complexities that can drive other financial partners away.

Types of Transactions

Invest with Pharaoh

On larger transactions, Pharaoh Capital can act as lead investor or work with other syndicates. We frequently partner with like-minded investors and invest on equal terms.

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Our Investments

Transformational capital should unleash a business’ potential. Our investment portfolio shares operating characteristics and competitive dynamics that drive long term value.

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The Investment Team

We’ve spent our careers in the growth-stage energy sector. We understand the importance of a company’s inflection point. With a dedication to the fundamentals, a broad understanding of the energy and renewables space and hard-earned experience from the operational trenches, we’re focused on helping propel companies to the next level.

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News & Insights

Pharaoh Capital acquires UtilityMix


Energy Sector investor Pharaoh Capital today announces the acquisition of UtilityMix, the UK’s leading technology platform for Letting Agencies, in an undisclosed seven-figure deal.

North West private equity activity continues to fall in first half of 2023


Pharaoh Capital continues to buck the trend as PE activity continues to fall across the North West in the first half of 2023, following a slow year in 2022. According to provisional half-yearly data from CMBOR.