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Types of Due Diligence in a renewable energy project

As in other sectors, Due Diligence is an essential element for the legal, financial, and technical auditing of renewable energy projects. Regardless of whether it is a solar, wind, hydrogen, or any other type of technology project, Due Diligence allows the different players involved (developers, owners, investors, financial institutions, etc.) in a transaction, to assess the risk involved in each investment. Thus, it´s therefore an analysis, carried out by independent experts in very specific ar...

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Vector Renewables achieves 4 GW of renewable projects under management worldwide

The green energy professional services provider, Vector Renewables, continues receiving trust from its Clients and secured new asset management agreements in the UK and Spain. The global capacity under management reached 4 GW. With more than 15 years of experience as a professional services provider, Vector Renewables has a portfolio under management that includes 2.8 GW in solar photovoltaic projects, 1.2 GW in wind energy, 28 MW in hydroelectric and 27 MW in battery (BESS) projects. After rece...

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5 Reasons to Invest in Solar Energy in Spain

  Renewable energies are one of the most attractive and strategic sectors when it comes to diversifying an investment portfolio. And in terms of preferences, some investment markets, like the Spanish market, are a safe bet. In this article we take a look at some of the reasons to invest in photovoltaic solar energy in Spain.    Why invest in photovoltaic solar energy in Spain? 1. Spain is one of the European countries with the most hours of sunshine. More specifically, the Iberian Peninsula has ...

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Spain can be the leader in the green hydrogen race to net zero emission

Spain considers renewable hydrogen a key technology to decarbonise sectors with limited low carbon solutions, like the transport and gas sectors, according to its NECP (Plan Nacional Integrado de Energía y Clima). Currently, Spain consumes approximately 600 000 tonnes of hydrogen a year, almost exclusively for industrial uses, all of which is from fossil fuels. The majority is on a captive market.  Ammonia: 65,047 Energy: 3,045H2O2: 4,351Methanol: 96Other: 39,070Other chemicals: 11,084Refinery: ...

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