The wind and solar industries are continuing to mature, stakeholders are getting savvier about the risks and rewards inherent to these markets, and more capital is being invested to deploy these technologies than ever before. So, it is only natural that as more capital becomes tied up in these industries, more investors, developers, and owners will be looking for advanced risk management techniques to protect their assets and secure revenue streams.
Lately, these entities have been eyeing the financial markets for opportunities to hedge their resource-intermittency exposure, which is one of the thorniest problems looming over wind and solar industries. This has prompted a budding interest in the weather derivatives as a sort of performance insurance that could potentially boost project bankability, and even tamp down capital costs in the pre-financial close phase. Currently, there is little demand for these contract-based instruments in the wind and solar sectors, but several stakeholders see a market beginning to take shape.
UNI-ASIA is a company specialized in finding suitable partners for the various requests of the Solar Energy companies acting in Europe as producers and traders of solar energy. We aim to provide our partners and customers with specific solutions by identifying proper providers and suppliers from Asia and the United States of America. Our goal is to assess and understand the specific needs of our group member companies and partners.
As a general guideline we are able to:
a) Assist in identifying available projects and locations in various countries in Europe and Africa.
b) Assistance in providing and creating the feasibility studies and financial analysis for existing and new projects.
c) Assistance in finding appropriate business partners for the financing needs of each project.
We believe that the Solar Energy market in Europe and Africa offers great opportunities for the development of new projects. The current needs of several countries for green energy are far greater than the current existing capacity.
Many countries in Europe are offering substantial incentives for the development of such projects. With proper connections and access to information, major positive outcomes can be expected.