Also this year the SUNfarming GmbH is represented at the world’s leading trade fair for the solar industry.
We warmly welcome you at our booth B3.260 in Hall B3!
We would like to talk to you about the following topics:
SUNfarming as a project-developer and invest-controller for capital investors and banks:
We have already successfully realized projects for 400 MW of capacity, 70 MW as own PV investments.
7,7% more yield in 2014, 9,7% more yield in 2015 at all SUNfarming plants!*
(*Averaging additional yield compared to yield calculated)
SUNfarming Own-Electricity-Concept for municipalities and commercials:
0 % investment costs, 10 % electricity cost savings (minimum) in the first 10 years (SF own electricity concept), 100 % CO2 savings
SUNfarming Food & Energy Projects:
Based on our own development, the unique SUNfarming agro-solar greenhouses deliver education + jobs + food production + energy security where they are currently needed
We present project from UK, Turkey, Netherlands and Africa
SUNfarming Solar-Training-Centres in Peru and South Africa:
400 trainees until 2015 in South Africa, 40 trainees in Peru since project start in 2015
Our commitment does not end with support.
SUNfarming Home Solar:
Produce your own electricity on your roof for around 11 Cent/kWh
We speak your language: German, English, Turkish, Spanish
We are looking forward to your visit.
Intersolar Europe 2015, from June 10. – 12. 2015, booth B2.270
In 2013 SUNfarming’s own plants achieved performance 5.3 % higher than forecast. In 2014 this rose to over 7.7 % additional performance.
Everyone ist talking about the energy transition, we are making it
You can see for yourself at our booth at the Intersolar, promised the SUNfarming team and management.
SUNfarming GmbH specialises in project development for capital investors and the realisation and active support of PV projects for commercial and private own electricity systems. With our experienced team of commercial staff, engineers and electrical engineers we have already successfully realised projects for 350 megawatts of capacity. Read more