"The long-term financing instrument with low capital costs enables us to expand our working capital financial leeway and drive our expansion in Germany and abroad. The fresh capital offers us the opportunity to further expand our portfolio of solar plants in Germany, Europe and Africa, "says Martin Tauschke, Managing Director of the SUNfarming Group and BPG IPP. "In particular, we will have the opportunity to further develop our innovative Food & Energy concepts and implement our first large-scale projects in the near future," continues Martin Tauschke. However, the SUNfarming Group will continue to focus on the realization and investment of classic solar systems with fixed feed-in tariffs on roofs and unused open spaces, especially in Europe. The company's own PV portfolio is also to be expanded by acquiring existing plants.
As every year, the interest in our products and projects has been great and our SUN farmers have had many concrete discussions with local and international partners from Europe, Africa and Latin America in order to initiate projects and to further develop current projects. In addition, contacts with suppliers and technical production partners and banks as well as international financing institutions were expanded. The DKB (Deutsche Kreditbank AG) and the ING Bank visited our stand, as well as the international banks FMO (Dutch Development Bank) and the World Bank subsidiary IFC, to discuss the development of relations in the financing of German and international projects of the SUNfarming Group.
Delegations, among others from Angola, Brazil and the Congo, learned in conversations with our expert project managers about the outstanding developmental possibilities of our product
"SUNfarming Food & Energy".
"The demand for on-roof PV systems for commercial and industrial plants with an installed capacity of less than 750 kWp has risen sharply. From December 2018 to February 2019, we completed 9.14 megawatts. Together with the ground-mounted systems with less than 750 kWp, we have a volume of approx. 20 MW in Germany alone, which we realized in our own investment in the last six months, "explains Martin Hinneburg, Head of Purchasing and Calculation.
"We are very satisfied with the fair days! In addition to existing customer care, we were able to make many new contacts, which will be very helpful to us on the path of internationalization of the project business. We will exhibit again at Intersolar next year, "says Martin Tauschke, CEO of SUNfarming.
For ecological reasons, we have decided to waive postal invitations in the future. For visitors of our stand: You are hereby cordially invited to report to Mrs. Anja Wölfling and to arrange an appointment. We will gladly send you an entrance ticket for the visit of the fair:
+49 (0)3362 8859 166
What we want to talk to you about:
SUNfarming as project developer and investment controler for capital investors and banks:
More than 550 MW realized PV projects, including 135 MW of own investment
280 MW in service and maintenance
On average, 7.7% higher yield on all SUNfarming plants
(average surplus compared to yield reports)
SUNfarming own electricity concept for municipalities and trade:
0% investment costs, on average at least 10% electricity cost savings in the first 10 years (for municipal electricity), 100% CO2 savings
SUNfarming Food & Energy Projects:
SUNfarming's unique Food & Energy greenhouses provide jobs + food + energy where they are needed
Projects from Poland, Great Britain, Turkey, and South Africa introduce themselves
SUNfarming Solar Training Center in Peru and South Africa:
More than 2000 trainees in South Africa by 2018, 100 trainees in Peru since the beginning in 2015
Our commitment does not end with the promotion
SUNfarming Home Solar:
Produce your own electricity on your roof for about 11 cents / kWh
We speak your language: German, English, Polish, Turkish, Spanish
We are looking forward to your visit.
Your SUNfarming Team
In the second session, "Next Steps on the Electricity Market Legislative Transformation," Martin Tauschke will be the Prime Speaker on the topic of "FIT VS. PPA - legal frames from the investor's view "presents. "The event was a very good opportunity to present SUNfarming's competence in commercial project development including financing in general and our goals in the Polish market in particular to decision-makers from Polish and international banks as well as other stakeholders of the Polish solar market", says Martin Tauschke. "PPA projects will become more important over the next few years, so that a long-term communication with all participants must start early."
At the request of the organizer, Martin Tauschke also took over the moderation of the 4th session "Financing of and Investing in the Polish renewable energy developments", in which the high-ranking representatives of European financial institutions such as the European Investment Bank, IFC International Finance Coperatipn, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development as well as the subsidiary of Commerzbank AG, mBank, have discussed financing options for renewable energy investments in Poland.
About RENPOWER POLAND
This conference is hosted by Euroconvention Global in Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Africa and the LATAM region.
RENPOWER POLAND gathered project developers, investors, IFIs, government representatives, engineering, consulting, banking, and legal entities.
Intersolar Europe, May 15-17, 2019
Intersolar Europe is the world’s leading exhibition for the solar industry and its partners and takes place annually at the Messe München exhibition center in Munich, Germany.
The event’s exhibition and conference both focus on the areas of photovoltaics, solar thermal technologies, solar plants, as well as grid infrastructure and solutions for the integration of renewable energy. Since being founded 28 years ago, Intersolar has become the most important industry platform for manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, service providers and partners of the solar industry.
Mr. Justus Vitinius, director of DEG / Latin America, started his presentation with the following introduction: "DEG finances projects like that of SUNfarming!
Also German Ambassador Dr. Volker Pellet underscored the importance of the SUNfarming projects for the German economy and also commented on the numerous advantages for the Dominican Republic. Mrs. Pfaff, director of the AHK in the Dominican Republic, agreed and also agreed to her support.
"In a subsequent, personal conversation, in which also the Dr. Volker Pellet participated, I had the opportunity to inform Foreign Minister Vargas in more detail about our concept SUNfarming Food & Energy. The Minister was very interested and said his support, "explains Holger Schönherr, Manager Project Development for SUNfarming
Other interested interlocutors included Mrs. Florencia Vilanova de von Oehsen, the Ambassador of El Salvador and the Ambassador of the Jamaican Embassy, Mrs. Keisha Karl Witter.