Solar project development
Small steps towards your solar system:
Whether you are an investor, a renewable energy development company, a landowner, a cooperative or a community interested in solar parks, we can help you add value to your idea, regardless of its development stage.
Even during the free initial consultation, you will receive an assessment of your project. This means you have a solid basis to plan the next steps with us.
We’ll take care of this for you: as part of a potential analysis, we will check which areas are suitable for your solar energy project. Here we pay special attention Natural Areas and degraded sites, Water bodies, Car parks, Large roofs and greenhouses. We will also investigate the ground in advance. Does your project idea stand up to critical requirements? Then we will check the securing of land, the farm layout, the technological framework, create an initial profit forecast, investigate the given planning basis and the consideration criteria for approval.
Contact us for a first touch and use our experience and strategy for your advantage!
Your photovoltaic expert
The sun provides an infinite amount of energy. More than the entire world population could ever consume. This energy is available to us free of charge, unlimited and environmentally friendly. Through photovoltaics, it is transformed into clean, electrical energy and can be used for a range of applications. You too can support the expansion of solar energy. It protects the climate, is good for the environment and ensures that our world shall be preserved for future generations.
Reasons for investing in a solar system for businesses, associations, local authorities:
- Reduce electricity costs
- Increase profits
- Generate independence
- Increase competitiveness
- Long-term and secure investment
- Reinforce a positive Image
The advantages of photovoltaics:
- Inexhaustible energy available everywhere
- Modular energy, adapted to your needs and means
- Very low running costs
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