With more than ten years of experience and 1300 MW developed, across Europe and Asia-Pacific, Eco Energy World is one of the pioneers of the solar power industry. We develop modern solar power stations around the world; generating clean and renewable energy. Our diverse team, combines technical skills with a rigorous commercial mind-set, borne of more than a decade in the business. This unique blend of skills and experience enables us to drive and deliver every stage of solar power plant development to lowest CAPEX enabling our projects to compete with any power generation.
Our unique business model is entirely focused on the non-subsidised solar and renewable energy market which globally offers a potential 2,000 GW market up to 2040, providing a circa USD$10 trillion opportunity.
Since our establishment, EEW has built a strong track record in the industry, developing excellent relationships with key players in the renewable and energy sectors. EEW interacts with financial investors, infrastructure funds and private equity firms as well as with large utility players and oil & gas companies. EEW’s business model is to sell projects when they are Ready to Build (‘RTB’), which has been the historic foundation of our operation.
EEW Becomes Sweden's Largest Solar PV Developer
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