Electricity generation by wind energy considered one of economically useful alternative energies. Wiesloch, 25.10.2013. This is one of the reasons why countries, the expansion of renewable energies is not as far advanced as in Germany, where increasingly rely on wind energy. Poland has committed such as the sixth largest economy in the European Union to the task, to increase the share of renewable energies by 2020 to more than 15.5 percent. Just the possibilities with regard to the use of wind energy are still not even begin this exhausted. Indeed, the Polish Government is planning to make to advance the development of wind energy in the coming years billions of funds.
By 2020, the capacity to six gigawatts will be expanded here. In the course of which a number of authors on the spot started to develop suitable sites for future wind farms. The Wieslocher reskap project GmbH & co. KG takes this potentially very interesting business area now with their participation reskap wind values. The issue volume amounts to EUR 7.5 million investors can join from 10,000 euros plus five percent agio. Because it actually is the participation in the development of a project, so also the holding period for just two years is an operational activity, implementing it requires approximately two years. During this period, the investors achieve a 12 percent interest per year, as well as an early artist bonus of up to 12 percent.
The investments are both accompanied by a German as a Polish lawyer with regard to the use of funds during the entire period. reskap wind values and his Advisory Board, Prof. Dr. Robert Muller Torok and Dipl. engineer Jurgen Wassmann concentrate exclusively on the stage before the realization of direct. So”, when the usually multi-year planning phase has been completed and the property immediately before the stage ready to build is, what would be the classification as land in the real estate industry. In this phase are demonstrably very high returns to realize. An extensive catalogue of test criteria underlying the decision in whether or not invested in each project.