Air Return Fund: The Way Of The Solar Energy Changed

January 24th, 2018 by nathan Leave a reply »

Capital market should follow an incredible development has taken, since it has opened its doors for the first time in 1991: today the considered Intersolar Fribourg world’s largest trade show for solar technology. And it reflects the dynamic development along the entire value creation chain in the areas of photovoltaics and solar energy – making it as extensive as no other event”so the initiators on their own websites. A course about this fair shows quickly, this industry now is how highly technology driven, which was initially quite literally dominated by hobbyists in backyard garages”, says Ulrich Vollmers as Managing Director of Picard solar GmbH. The Dresden-based company offers with the air return GmbH & co. funds 1 KG”(climate yield Fund) on the first closed-end funds in Germany, which invests in all areas of the value chain of photovoltaic. So the Fund management describes the strategy in the prospectus of the air return Fund as follows: the Fund invests in companies of the industries of the future photovoltaic, environmental technology and climate protection. Target companies are primarily young, innovative, high-growth companies. The equity fund management company makes these available to expand this business segment according to.

Usually it will be corporations, where the Fund management company seeks a majority stake. Investors participate on the one of the potential for development (for example, new technologies), by possible increases in value of the corresponding target companies, but also in particular by current income on the results of the target company. “To put it on the right company, invested the climate yield Fund only if they have undergone an extensive due diligence and the processes using remain controlled by quality assurance systems at any time.” On behalf of the investors we deem it important, that deviations can be detected quickly from original plans”, explains manager of Picard solar. 60 Will Picard raise millions of euro solar for its funds to investors. The minimum is 15,000 euro and five percent will be charged a premium. Investors can also be confident that a high-profile Advisory Board accompanies the first climate yield Fund.

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