Abundance Investment said it is working on opportunities in new areas this year, including sustainable food production, electric vehicle charging and battery storage.
The ethical crowd bonds platform said this is on top of its work in familiar sectors, such as green social housing and innovative green energy solutions.
Abundance Investment said it will launch three of these new investments before Easter on its marketplace, which has traded over £1m in the past six months.
“As politicians realise that we — the public — are impatient for progress on the climate crisis, a growing number of businesses — not just the first movers and ethical leaders — gain the confidence to accelerate their own plans,” the platform said in a blog on its website.
“And this has fed through to our investment pipeline. We have never had such a diversity of opportunities in our pipeline of potential projects as we have coming into 2021.
“We have always offered our investors a way to put their money to work to build a greener future. In 2021 that means backing companies and councils leading the green industrial revolution.”
Abundance Investment said it is optimistic in the battle against climate change with President Biden signing an executive order to re-join the US to the Paris Climate Agreement following his inauguration.
According to the platform, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development estimates that $6.3trn (£4.61trn) needs to be invested globally every year to reach the targets in the Paris Agreement.
“The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference gives the UK the chance to follow suit and place the climate at the top of its policy agenda,” Abundance Investment said in the blog.
“And there is unprecedented public support for climate action, which can finally start to mobilise the billions held by individuals and financial institutions towards building that better future.”