Invest with Vida Eco Energy

Invest in Eco Energy

Renewable energy investments, refers to solar, wind, and biomass energy, is a form of socially responsible investing. Yet investing in Eco Energy also is characterized by excellent longterm returns on investment.

Invest in Eco Energy

Solid Return on Investment

Each project must meet our internal standards with regard to bankability, environmental conditions and the local political and economic circumstances. Also the Debt Service Coverage ratios of our projects garantuees solid returns.

Solid Return on Investment

Long term, low risk

Return On Investment (ROI) is the concept of an investment yielding a benefit to the investor. A high ROI means the investment gains compare favorably to investment cost, and renewable energy investments deliver such concept. Our projects are operational for the long term, therefore providing long term returns at low risk.

Invest in Eco Energy

When deciding where to invest your money, you weigh the potential return against the risk. In this context, do renewable-energy projects make the cut as a smart capital investment? The short answer is: yes. Now, solar, wind, and biomass can be cheaper than grid energy, when viewed over the long haul, especially when incentives of green certificates are taken into account. Those savings and incentives can be added and projects are accurately calculated to provide an annual yield. This yield, or return on investments beats money markets and real estate investments nowadays.

Regarding the finance of sustainable investments, Vida Eco Energy in it’s network has access to both private equity parties and banking loans from major banks at very competitive rates. As providing capital for sustainable projects is attractive, the number of funds offering capital is growing.

Of course Vida Eco Energy is interested in getting in touch with new investors, especially equity partners who wish to participate in our developments. We hope that our projects in the field of renewable energy continues to attract investors to help us towards a more sustainable future. For reference ; the world sources of capital have invested US$244 billion in 2012 into Renewable Energy, and each year more.

Exploit the long-term business potential of renewable energy with us. Get a healthy return on your investment – and help the environment. We offer investment possibilities in ;

100% Wind Energy100% Solar Energy100% Biomass Energy

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Our Energy Generation plants are developed using our longterm experience. Significant to our developments are the following features ;

Higher Energy Yield

High Energy Yield

  Optimizing development for optimal output of energy, using latest technologies available.
enviromental impact

Minimal Environmental Impact

  Our energy generation facilities are build outside of urban areas, with minimal impact on nature.
green energy

Pure Eco Energy

  Our energy is generated with 0% CO2 emission.
Automated Energy

Automated Energy Generation

  Energy Generation control is fully automated, using modern SCADA systems, with real time output data, remote monitoring and reliable energy output forecasts.
smart gridconnection

Grid Compliant

  Grid connections are made with optimal adaption to existing grid, realizing stable connections by using market leading technology as monitoring and state-of-the-art substations.
stable flow

Smart Grid Optional

  To optimize delivery of energy, we can implement Energy Storage and UPS, for delivery on demand or to build local grid.

Facts about Eco Energy

What are Tradable Green Certificates (TGC)?
Vida Green Certificate To support the generation of eco energy governments initiated a system of green certificates. Power producers, like Vida Eco Energy, welcome Green Certificates because it boosts the development of eco energy projects and eco energy generation worldwide. Definition of “Green Certificate”: A document – showing title to renewable energy production of a specified quantity of electricity. Through incentive schemes governments promote the generation of electricity from renewable energy sources, by a system of Green Certificates, including a purchase obligation for distribution companies and the obligation to fulfil an annual quota of purchased green electricity. At the end of each year, distribution companies have to deliver a certain amount of “Green Certificates” corresponding with the annual quota. For example, in Romania since October 2005, the certificates have been traded at the newly created electricity market administrator OPCOM. According to the Energy Law, all producers of electricity have equal access to the network. The tariffs are regularly adapted to the actual production costs by the Regulator.
How is energy measured?
The ability to generate electricity is measured in watts. Watts are very small units, so the terms kilowatt (kW = 1,000 watts), megawatt (MW = 1 million watts), and gigawatt (GW = 1 billion watts) are most commonly used. Electricity production and consumption are most commonly measured in kilowatt-hours (kWh). A kilowatt-hour refers to one kilowatt (1,000 watts) of electricity produced or consumed for one hour. One 50-watt light bulb left on for 20 hours consumes one kilowatt-hour of electricity (50 watts x 20 hours = 1,000 watt-hours = 1 kWh).
How many homes can one megawatt of wind energy power?
An average western household uses about 10,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity each year. A one-megawatt wind turbine can generate between 2.4 million and 4 million kWh annually, depending on the average wind speed at the site. Therefore, a single one-megawatt wind turbine generates enough electricity to power 240 to 400 households.
How much electricity can one wind turbine generate?
The output of a wind turbine depends on the turbine’s size and the wind’s speed. Utility-scale wind turbines being manufactured now for the market have power ratings that range from 1.5 megawatts to 3.0 megawatts. Example: A 300 MW wind project using 100 3 MW wind turbines can generate as much as 1,200,000,000 kWh annually at a good site, or enough to power 100,000 typical western households.