As a business partner, we are interested in purchasing renewable energy projects from you.

The process of buying renewable energy projects (RES) involves acquiring completed or ongoing projects related to renewable energy, such as wind farms, solar power plants, hydroelectric plants, or biogas plants. Operating in the energy sector, we aim to diversify our energy sources and increase the share of renewable energy in our portfolio.

Here are some key aspects and benefits related to the acquisition of RES projects:

  • Due Diligence:
    The purchasing process starts with a detailed analysis (due diligence), which includes legal-financial, technical, and environmental assessments of the project. The aim is to identify any risks, liabilities, and potential benefits associated with the project.
  • Valuation:
    Next, we determine the project’s value. Valuation depends on many factors, such as the current technical condition, expected efficiency, location, existing energy sales agreements (PPA), government grants, and incentives.
  • Negotiation and Agreement:
    After valuation, the negotiation phase begins, where we agree on the transaction terms. Once an agreement is reached, a purchase and sale agreement is signed.
  • Integration and Management:
    After the purchase, the investor must integrate the project into their energy portfolio, which may require infrastructural or operational modifications, as well as establishing management and monitoring.
  • Benefits:
    – Accelerating RES Implementation:

    Zakup gotowych projektów pozwala szybciej zwiększyć udział energii odnawialnej w produkcji energii, omijając często długotrwały i skomplikowany proces rozwijania projektów od podstaw.
    – Diversifying Energy Sources:
    Purchasing RES projects allows energy companies to diversify their energy sources, enhancing supply stability and reducing dependency on fossil fuels.

Acquiring renewable energy projects (RES) is a commonly used practice in the energy industry, aimed at accelerating the energy transition and increasing the share of green energy in the energy mix. This process can involve various aspects, from the initial project assessment, through financial negotiations, to the integration of the project into the existing energy portfolio.