As the demand for environmentally friendly and sustainable power supplies rises rapidly,
solar-electric generating systems are becoming both more efficient and attractive.
But still, photovoltaics has only a modest 1–2% share in the global capacity of renewable energy sources.
So it’s a perfect moment to get a pioneer bonus just before predicted “gold rush” for the PV industry begins.
We are particularly interested in constructing and operating solar power plants
in rising markets: Iran, Ukraine, Turkey, Morocco, India, and Kazakhstan.
Fully aware of risks to be considered in these locations,
we expect outstanding investment returns due to unique opportunity to profit from:
(e.g. feed-in tariffs, on policy-driven markets)
ACCESS TO AREAS OF
HIGH SOLAR EXPOSURE
WHY DOES THE SUN RISE
AND SET ON US?
Ultimately, we want to achieve a leading position as a solar energy supplier in Eastern Europe and Middle East Region with plants of 1 GW total power. For now, we are entering two most promising markets: Iran and Ukraine.
Investment metrics: IRAN
Iran has unique solar potential thanks to the wide expansion of its deserts. There is a political will to develop solar plants (the government aspires to reach 5 GW generation by 2020), supported by a programme of funding, promoting and protecting foreign investments.
Investment: building 3–5 solar plants and operating them within 20 years
Locations: Eybakabad, Khomeyn, Mahabad
Target power: 45 MW
Project start: January 2018
Payback time: 4 years max
Investment metrics: UKRAINE
With first solar power plants being realized now, Ukraine is a fresh market for PV. The government wants to achieve 10% share of clean sources until 2030 and has set a very attractive green tariff. We can take advantage of duty-free imports and exemptions from VAT as well.
Investment: building a solar plant and operating it within 20 years
Target power: 63 MW
Project start: March 2018
Payback time: 6 years max
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