CMNG Capital is a smart city focused investment fund that provides the financing and integration of comprehensive smart city infrastructure solutions for global municipalities. CMNG Capital invests in innovative technology solutions that will shape the future of cities.
Our Mission is simple – INVEST in the development of Smart Cities.
We implement energy-efficient streetlight, citywide WiFi access, security surveillance, outdoor smart sensors and data analytics for the government and the public. Designed for rapid deployment of intelligent IoT networking, we leverage the data to improve infrastructure, planning and management and human services as a system of systems. Our goal is making cities more desirable, livable, sustainable and green.
Our solutions are scalable and deeply engage our clients from the first meeting. Our solutions will allow cities without vast expertise and resources to install best in class smart city technologies without the enormous capital expenditure and risks of implementation. Specifically the fund and Management will focus on investment opportunities in projects structured as Energy Performance Contracts (EPCs) and innovative business models in the Internet of Things.
CMNG’s Energy Performance Contract model will provide your municipality with the following benefits:
Zero Initial Investment - Technology will be upgraded to Smart Street Lighting with no initial investment required. CMNG bears all upfront cost of replacing the lamps (equipment + labor)
Positive Cash Flow - From the first month post implementation, the municipality will enjoy positive cash flow due to savings realized by the upgraded street lighting technology.
Accountability - CMNG guarantees equipment longevity, performance and savings for the duration of the contract period. CMNG is responsible for all costs related to maintaining the lamps’ performance (maintenance, repair damages, including labor cost) to guarantee optimal performance.
Our team has vast experience working with governments, policies and regulations, public lighting infrastructure, smart city infrastructure, legal structures, financial services and investment banking in multiple regions.
World Economic Forum:
As the world’s biggest cities continue to sprawl with many millions of new people, they’ll look to many of the technologies and tactics covered in today’s infographic from Raconteur to work smarter – and not harder – for their inhabitants.
Smart cities and smart city projects have been among the most actively discussed realizations which are made possible by an integrated Internet of Things (IoT) approach.
McKinsey and Company:
By Thierry Déau and Julien Touati
For institutional investors and government agencies, greenfield infrastructure projects are ripe with opportunity.
CITIES NEED TO BE BLANKETED WITH INTERNET — AND STREETLIGHTS FIT THE BILL.