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Renewable Energy

The rapid switch from fossil fuels to renewable energies is a very important measure in the fight against global climate change. For this reason, many investors support and finance project developments in this area.

Our investors are financing project developments across most of the renewable energy technologies. The most common technologies are listed in detail below.

Solar Photovoltaic

Solar Photovoltaic

Photovoltaics (PV) is one of the fastest-growing renewable energy technologies, and plays a major role in the future global electricity generation mix. The cost of manufacturing solar panels has plummeted dramatically, making them often the cheapest form of electricity. Solar panels have a lifespan of roughly 30 years.


Wind Energy

Wind power is one of the fastest-growing renewable energy technologies. Usage is on the rise worldwide, in part because costs are falling, and in 2019 wind energy accounted for 28.3% of the electricity generated by renewables.

Commercially available wind turbines have reached 22 MW capacity, with rotor diameters of up to 310+ metres.

Wind Energy

Waste-to-Energy ("WtE")

The biodegradable fraction of munici-pal and industrial waste is consider-ed biomass, hence a renewable energy source. The energy output from Waste-to-Energy plants is about 50% renewable.

Waste-to-Energy technology is one of the most robust and effective alter-native energy options to reduce CO2 emissions and to save limited fossil fuel resources used by traditional power plants.


Energy Storage

Battery electricity storage is a key technology in the world’s transition to a sustainable energy system. Battery systems can support a wide range of services needed for the transition, from providing frequency response, reserve capacity, black-start capability and other grid services, to storing power in electric vehicles, upgrading mini-grids and supporting “self-consumption” of rooftop solar power.

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