The production of energy through photovoltaic solar modules is not only economically efficient, it is also a technology that benefits the environment. The environmental balance of photovoltaic energy is positive for several reasons.Read More
Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Borba, in the region of Alentejo in Portugal, wants to reduce its carbon footprint, so it plans three photovoltaic plants. The campaign to attract investors for the installation runs until April 5th and aims to reach about 86 thousand euros. In just 7 days, more than 43 thousand euros of investment have already been confirmed, around 49,3%. Any person or company can invest with a value starting from 20 euros.Read More
International experts highlighted 10 fast-growing photovoltaic markets earlier this year to assess the opportunities and possible risks, among them Portugal. Learn about the positive and negative aspects.Read More
Following the partnership between SOLVasto and GoParity, a leading platform for investment in sustainable energy projects through crowdfunding, our client Magnactive’s photovoltaic power plant is 100% financed, starting up the installation in the coming days.Read More
SOLVasto delivered a 46 kWp photovoltaic power plant to Vitorino & Filhos, a company located in Peniche dedicated to the processing and marketing of food products, namely fish, crustaceans and mollusks, under a turnkey system.
Vitorino & Filhos will now self-consumption around 60 MWh/year, which represents an annual reduction in its consumption of the electricity grid of around 56%.
Thus, the power plant provides a significant benefit that translates into a return on investment of about 5 years, with a profitability (IRR) of 22%. On the other hand, it considerably reduces its carbon footprint, promoting the production and use of renewable energies.Read More
A new financing project was opened by SOLVasto, in partnership with GoParity (leading investment platform in sustainable energy projects), on October 10 and in 5 days is already TOTALLY FINANCED, part of the financing guaranteed through crowdfunding.
SOLVasto, through its partner GoParity (a leading investment platform in sustainable energy projects), was able to complete the financing in 17 days through crowdfunding of a 49kWp photovoltaic power plant at AMINATA Évora Clube de Natação’s facilities.
Ondagel assigend SOLVasto with the project, licensing and turnkey installation of a photovoltaic solar power plant for self-consumption (UPAC), with a total power of 95 kWp, which should go into production at the end of May.
Ondagel bases its activity on the processing and marketing of deep-frozen food, which is why it has a high and constant electricity consumption throughout the year.
It is therefore expected that the plant will reduce its current grid consumption by around 50%, avoiding the emission of 21 tons of CO2 per year.
The saving in the electric bill allows this investment to have a return period of about 4 years.Read More