The plant is estimated to produce approximately 1,728,000 kWh annually and the customer buys all the electricity that the plant produces for 20 years. The investment in the facility, which will continue to be owned by ASRE, amounts to approximately 9.94 million SEK and construction start is planned for Q2, 2020.
CEO Stefan Ölander comments:
– We end the week with another order under the exclusive five-year cooperation agreement signed in the spring of 2019 with the Jiangsu Siyang Administrative Committee of Economic Development Zone in Jiangsu Province, on the construction of 500 megawatts (MW) of solar energy capacity (100 MW per year for five years).
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About Soltech Energy Sweden AB (publ)
Soltech Energy is a comprehensive supplier that develops, sells, installs and optimizes solar energy solutions for our customers' needs. The group includes the subsidiaries Advanced Soltech Sweden AB (publ) where the Chinese investment is conducted, Soltech Sales & Support, NP-Gruppen, Swede Energy Power Solutions, Merasol and Soldags. Soltech Energy Sweden AB (publ), is traded on Nasdaq First North Growth Market under the short name SOLT and has approximately 31,000 shareholders. The company's Certified Adviser is Erik Penser Bank. Phone: 08-463 83 00. Email: email@example.com. For more information see: www.soltechenergy.com
About the China venture
Soltech Energy’s investment in China is conducted in Advanced Soltech Renewable Energy (Hangzhou) Co. Ltd., ASRE and Longrui Suqian (LSE). The business model consists of ASRE and LSE financing, installing, owning and managing solar energy installations on customers’ roofs in China. The customer does not pay for the solar facility, but instead commits to purchase the electricity that the plant produces during a 20-year agreement. ASRE’s current revenue comes from the sale of electricity to customers and from various forms of subsidies per produced kilowatt hour (kWh) of solar electricity. The goal is to have an installed capacity of 1000 megawatts (MW) fully connected to the electricity grid in 2024