Maximum electricity yield and optimal use of space

With our experience from analyses, reports and optimisation measures for existing systems, we know exactly what is important when planning and setting up new photovoltaic parks. That is why we can ensure a strong performance for well over 20 years.

In addition, we take regional conditions into account and include municipalities in the planning as early as possible.

cheapest form of electricity generation


eco-friendly &
CO2 emission free

noiseless & low-maintenance


aesthetic embedding
in the landscape

no transport routes
as with biomass


We implement our projects in close cooperation with the local authorities and ensure that the regions in the vicinity of our plants benefit. In doing so, we follow the common criteria of the German Nature Conservation Union (NABU) and the Federal Solar Industry Association (BSW-Solar) for the design of nature-friendly photovoltaic open-space systems.

Attractive land lease

  • Guaranteed lease for up to 30 years
  • Opportunity as a co-investor for lessors
  • Profit sharing and inflation hedging
  • Improvement of corridors in the area of ​​the solar park

Regional added value

  • Support in developing into an energy community
  • Trade tax income & participation opportunities for municipalities
  • Lease of community land

Renaturation & Environmental Protection

  • We prefer areas with high levels of pollution, high soil compaction or sealing, which can again become valuable habitats for birds and other animals
  • Previously intensively used arable land can regenerate
  • Creation of compensation areas and afforestation
  • Integration through glare-free alignment and natural border planting
  • Nature-friendly design of open space systems as a guideline in all project phases, according to the NABU & BSW criteria catalogue, as of April 2021

Together on site

  • Public presentation of the project
  • Information and advice for residents
  • Citizen participation through crowd financing
  • Citizen bonus
  • cooperation with regional property planners & companies
  • Financing through local banks
  • Open space systems with nature and habitat protection, and possibly agricultural use