Sun2World | Sustainable Energy Projects GmbH
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Sun2World is a renewable energy company specialized in project finance and project development. Together with experts and project partners, we work globally and proceed through several development stages, including the pre-feasibility study, feasibility study, licensing - permitting and financing. 

Private and public investors wishing to invest in Renewable Energy projects, benefit from our professional project presentation and investment assessment, including a risk assessment forecast. We make this possible through comprehensive due diligence procedure.

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ABOUT US

 

Sun2World is a renewable energy company specialized in project finance and project development. Together with experts and project partners, we work worldwide on Renewable Energy projects and proceed through several development stages, including the pre-feasibility study, feasibility study, licensing - permitting and financing. 

One of our main motivation is the Paris Agreement adopted in 2015 which is recognized not only as a global effort to combat climate change but also as a "challenge" which will bring new social changes to all humanity. In this respect, there is a possibility that the Paris Agreement might have a large impact on our business. Under such circumstances, private-sector corporations, along with national governments and their agencies, are expected to make further efforts to address this "challenge".

Sun2World will respond to global environmental problems by promoting the growth of developing countries and by providing the best services under the technical know-how to project partners. In order to benefit from our support, we welcome private and public investors wishing to invest in Renewable Energy projects to cooperate with. Therefore we offer our partners a free platform where we present all our projects as business opportunities. 

Only common success, makes us happy!

Danial Alijagic

CEO & General Director

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PV project development by Sun2World. Each project process is unique but many basic stages are often found in every PV project development. In order to use the project timeline more efficient, we would like to point out this processes.

Developing a PV project is a process involving many stages and requires a multidisciplinary team of experts. The project developer starts by identifying a power market that offers adequate risk-reward opportunities, then identifies a promising site and secures the land-use rights for this site, carries out two separate rounds of technical-financial assessments (pre-feasibility study and feasibility study), obtains all required permits and licenses, secures power purchase and interconnection agreements, arranges financing, and selects a team to design and construct the project (often an EPC contractor), supervises plant construction, and carries out testing and start-up. As the project moves from one stage to the next, the technical-financial assessments become more detailed until a final design is developed and construction starts.

It is important to emphasize the back-to-back nature of many project contracts and documents; a PPA is needed in order for financing to be completed. However, this must be preceded by a grid connection agreement, construction and site access permits, land lease agreement, etc. Throughout his process, technical, commercial, and legal/regulatory experts are involved, working in parallel on distinct yet interdependent activities. While clear responsibilities can be identified for each expert, most project activities are related and the work of one expert influences the work of other experts; hence close coordination is needed. It is crucial to emphasize this latter point. Although this guide lays out the process as a series of steps, some project development activities must happen in parallel. It is up to the individual developer or project manager to oversee the activities and ensure they are coordinated and synchronized appropriately. The key steps for developing a solar PV project are well established, and yet there is no definitive detailed “roadmap” a developer can follow. The approach taken in each project depends on site-specific parameters and the developer’s priorities, risk appetite, regulatory requirements, and the types of financing support mechanisms (i.e., above market rates/subsidies or tax credits) available in a given market. However, in all cases, certain activities need to be completed that can broadly be organized in the following five stages:

  1. Concept development and site identification.
  2. Prefeasibility study.
  3. Feasibility study.
  4. Permitting, financing and contracts.
  5. Engineering, construction, and commercial operation.

The project development process starts once interest has been established in a specific power market. Assessment of the market opportunity takes into account broad issues at the national level, such as the regulatory environment, prevailing power prices, structure of the power market, the credit-worthiness of potential off-takers, and any specific financial incentives for developing solar PV power plants. The first tangible steps in the process are the development of a concept and identification of a site.

The project will then proceed through several development stages, including the pre-feasibility study, a more detailed feasibility study, permitting and financing, and finally engineering (detailed design), construction, and commercial operation of the power plant.

As the project developer initiates preparatory activities including securing a land lease agreement and permits, preliminary financing schemes are assessed. Energy resource assessment and activities related to project financing run in parallel with the project design (e.g., engineering, construction, etc.).

We are happy to support you as a project developer. You can put your request directly here.

Project financing by Sun2World A range of financing structures (Project Financing / Corporate Financing / Equity Financing) can be used, however, project finance is the most common and Sun2World will create the right structure on each selected project.

Our focus on project financing for sustainable energy projects based upon a non-recourse or limited recourse financial structure, in which project debt and equity used to finance the project are paid back from the cash flow generated by the project. Project financing is a loan structure that relies primarily on the project's cash flow for repayment, with the project's assets, rights, and interests held as collateral. Depending on the risk assessment, additional collateral may be required. However, the appropriate structure will be influenced by the commercial and financial needs of investors, as well as the market and incentives available for solar PV power projects in a particular geography. At early stages, equity financing is used to explore and develop a project opportunity, and later, debt is typically brought in for project construction. In general, most financing structures will involve two key components:

Equity from one or more investors injected directly or via the project developers into a special purpose vehicle (SPV or “project company”)

Non- or limited-recourse debt from one or more lenders, secured against the assets owned by the SPV.

Furthermore, some key elements that may influence your project financing.

A special purpose vehicle (SPV) project company with no previous business or record is necessary for project financing. The company’s sole activity is carrying out the project by subcontracting most aspects through the construction contract and operations contract. Because there is no revenue stream during the construction phase of new-build projects, debt service is possible during the operations phase only. For this reason, parties take significant risks during the construction phase. The sole revenue stream is most likely under an off-take or power purchase agreement. Because there is limited or no recourse to the project’s sponsors, company shareholders are typically liable up to the extent of their shareholdings. The project remains off-balance-sheet for the sponsors and for the government.

Project debt is typically held in a sufficient minority subsidiary not consolidated on the balance sheet of the respective shareholders. This reduces the project’s impact on the cost of the shareholders’ existing debt and debt capacity. The shareholders are free to use their debt capacity for other investments. To some extent, the government may use project financing to keep project debt and liabilities off-balance-sheet so they take up less fiscal space. Fiscal space is the amount of money the government may spend beyond what it is already investing in public services such as health, welfare, and education. The theory is that strong economic growth will bring the government more money through extra tax revenue from more people working and paying more taxes, allowing the government to increase spending on public services.

When defaulting on a loan, recourse financing gives lenders full claim to shareholders’ assets or cash flow. In contrast, project financing provides the project company as a limited liability SPV. Therefore, the lenders’ recourse is limited primarily or entirely to the project’s assets, including completion and performance guarantees and bonds, in case the project company defaults.

Large companies may fund solar plants “on balance sheet,” providing equity themselves and obtaining debt as part of their broader operations and corporate financing. This model would be typical for self-generation (i.e., for a single user’s own power needs), rather than the larger utility-scale projects that this guide focuses on. This type of financing can also be an appropriate model when the project developer is a large entity that has access to very low-cost financing, which might be the case for a highly rated utility or conglomerate.

In general, debt is cheaper than equity, and thus it is more attractive to finance projects using debt financing. However, in certain circumstances, solar PV power projects may be financed entirely with equity. If a debt is not available at attractive pricing or tenors, all-equity financing may be pursued. Equity financing may also be opportunistic; equity can often be deployed more rapidly than debt, so if there is a high-return opportunity and strict timelines to secure incentives such as feed-in tariffs (FiTs) by a certain date, a developer may be willing to finance the entire project out of pocket or in partnership with a co-sponsor such as an infrastructure fund. Once the project is built and operational and the risk profile is reduced, the equity holders can then seek to refinance it using cheaper debt financing.

We are happy to assist in project financing.

You can put your request directly here.

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Ideas need opportunities and opportunities needs investments. This platform contains information and useful tools for investors who can implement these ideas. Partners enjoy exclusive access to these pages, which provides many investment opportunities and information about our current project activities. On this exclusive platform, we offer all reports such, profitability overview including risk management and investment background information. 

This access is free of charge and granted only to our selected investors and lenders. For more information regarding Sun2World´s Investor Portal please contact us at  investors@sun2world.at

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Sun2World Sustainable Energy Projects GmbH
Lustenauer Strasse 21
4020 Linz
Tel.: +43 (0) 732 - 23 42 57
office@sun2world.at

 

FOUNDER & MANAGING DIRECTOR

Danial Alijagic

 

Sun2World Sustainable Energy Projects GmbH is based in Linz, Federal Republic of Austria

 

Court where registered: Landesgericht Linz
Register number: FN 484041 a

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PRIVACY POLICY

Data protection

Personal data (hereinafter mostly referred to as "data") are processed by us only in the context of the necessity and for the purpose of providing a functional and user-friendly website, including its contents and the services offered there. Pursuant to Article 4 (1) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679, the Basic Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter referred to as the 'GDPR'), 'processing' means any process, operation or series of processes automated with or without assistance Relating to personal data, such as collecting, collecting, organizing, organizing, storing, adapting or modifying, reading out, querying, using, disclosing through transmission, dissemination or any other form of provision, reconciliation or the join, the restriction, the deletion, or the annihilation. With the following privacy policy, we inform you in particular about nature, extent, purpose, duration and legal basis of the processing of personal data for which we are responsible. In addition, we will inform you about the third-party components that we use for optimization purposes and to increase the quality of use, insofar as third-party data is processed in our own responsibility.

 

Our privacy policy is structured as follows:

 

I. Information about us as responsible

II. Rights of users and stakeholders

III. Information about data processing

 

I.Information about us as responsible

The responsible provider of this website in terms of data protection is:

 

Sun2World Sustainable Energy Projects GmbH

Lustenauer Strasse 21

4020 Linz

 

II. Rights of users and data subjects

With regard to the data processing described in more detail below, users and data subjects have the right after confirmation of the processing of the data concerned, information on the processed data, further information on data processing and copies of the data (see also Art. 15 GDPR). Correction or addition of incorrect or incomplete data (see also Art. 16 GDPR GDPR). for the immediate deletion of the data concerning them (see also Art. 17 GDPR) or alternatively, as far as further processing according to Art. 17 (3) GDPR is necessary to ensure the processing according to Art. 18 GDPR. upon receipt of the data concerning them and provided by them and the transmission of this data to other providers/controllers (see also Art. 20 GDPR). On complaint to the supervisory authority, if they consider that the data concerning them are processed by the provider in violation of the data protection regulations (see also Art. 77 GDPR). The provider is also obliged to notify all recipients who are disclosed by the provider data on the correction or deletion of data or the restriction of processing, in accordance with §§ 16, 17 paragraph 1, 18 DSPR instruction. However, this obligation does not exist if this communication is impossible or disproportionate. Regardless, the user has a right to information about these recipients.

 

Likewise, according to Art. 21 GDPR, users, and data subjects have the right to raise objections to the future processing of the data concerning them, provided that the provider pursuant to Art. 6 paras. 1 lit. f) GDPR be processed. In particular, an objection to the processing of data for direct marketing purposes is permitted.

 

III. Information about data processing

Your data processed during the use of our website will be deleted or blocked as soon as the purpose of the storage is omitted, the deletion of the data does not conflict with legal storage regulations and subsequently, no further information is given about individual processing methods.

 

Server data For technical reasons, in particular, to ensure a secure and stable internet presence, data are transmitted via your internet browser to us or to our web space provider. With these so-called server log files u.a. The type and version of your Internet browser, the operating system, the website from which you switched to our website (referrer URL), the website (s) of our website you visit, the date and time of access and the IP address of the Internet Internet connection, from which the use of our Internet presence takes place. This collected data is temporarily stored but not shared with other information about you. This storage takes place on the legal basis of Art. 6 paras. 1 lit. f) GDPR. Our legitimate interest lies in the improvement, stability, functionality, and security of our website. The data will be deleted at the latest after seven days unless further evidence is required. Otherwise, all or part of the data will be released from the cancellation until the final clarification of an incident.

 

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If necessary, our website also uses cookies from partner companies with whom we work to promote, analyze or functionalize our website. Details, in particular for the purposes and the legal basis for the processing of such third-party cookies, can be found in the information below.

 

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Contract Processing

The data transmitted by you for the use of our goods and/or service offer are processed by us for the purpose of contract execution and are required to that extent. The conclusion of the contract and contract are not possible without provision of your data. The legal basis for the processing is Art. 6 para. 1 lit. b) GDPR. We delete the data with complete contract processing but must observe the tax and commercial retention periods. As part of the contract, we pass on your data to the transport company commissioned with the delivery of goods or to the financial service provider, insofar as the transfer is required for the delivery of goods or for payment purposes. The legal basis for the transfer of the data is then Art. 6 para. 1 lit. b) GDPR.

 

Customer Account / Registration Function / Investors Portal

If you create a customer account with us via our website, we will use the data entered by you during registration (eg your name, address or e-mail address) exclusively for pre-contractual services, for the fulfillment of the contract or for the purpose of Customer care (eg to provide you with an overview of your previous orders with us or to offer you the so-called memo function) and save. At the same time, we then save the IP address and the date of your registration plus the time. A passing on of this data to third parties is of course not. As part of the further registration process, your consent to this processing is obtained and reference is made to this Privacy Policy. The data collected by us are used exclusively for the provision of the customer account. Insofar as you consent to this processing, Art. 6 paras. 1 lit. a) GDPR Legal basis for processing. Insofar as the opening of the customer account additionally serves pre-contractual measures or the fulfillment of the contract, the legal basis for this processing is also Art. 6 para. 1 lit. b) GDPR.The consent granted to us in the opening and maintenance of the customer account can be withdrawn at any time with effect for the future in accordance with Art. 7 para. 3 GDPR. For this, you only have to inform us of your withdrawal. Our easyGDPR portal stores the data you entered as long as you have an active license. If you are using the trial version of easyGDPR or your license has expired, we will keep your data for a maximum of 12 months, after which they will be deleted. We will inform you about the deletion by e-mail before the deletion. Also, inactive accounts will be deleted after one year and after email information. The collected data are stored on a server at Domaintechnik.at. When you attend courses/training/ workshops/lectures we will store your name, telephone, and email as well as the address and the events you have visited. These data will be kept for as long as statutory retention periods exist. Since some events are a prerequisite for further training, these data are kept as long as we offer events of this kind. You have the right to delete/restrict the use of this data. The consequence for them is that you lose your qualification for advanced courses. If they require a deletion, the data for the one retention period will still be kept and deleted once a retention period has expired. However, access to this data is restricted and the data is only used eg for tax audits or as documentation cases of liability. The data on course participation will only be used to send information on advanced courses to authorized persons - only if you have given your consent to the delivery of information about courses. The data collected will be deleted as soon as the processing is no longer necessary. However, we must pay attention to tax and commercial retention periods.

 

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If you subscribe to our free newsletter, the data requested by you, ie your e-mail address and - optionally - your name and address will be sent to us. At the same time, we store the IP address of the Internet access from which you access our website, as well as the date and time of your registration. As part of the further registration process, we will seek your consent to the transmission of the newsletter, describe the content specifically and refer to this Privacy Policy. We use the data collected exclusively for the newsletter dispatch - they are therefore in particular also not disclosed to third parties. The legal basis here is Art. 6 para. 1 lit. a) GDPR. You can revoke your consent to the newsletter dispatch at any time with effect for the future in accordance with Art. 7 para. 3 GDPR. For this, you only have to inform us about your withdrawal or press the unsubscribe link contained in each newsletter.

 

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If you contact us via contact form or e-mail, the data you provide will be used to process your request. The specification of the data is necessary for processing and answering your inquiry - without their provision, we can not answer your inquiry or at best only to a limited extent. The legal basis for this processing is Article 6 (1) lit. b) GDPR. Your data will be deleted, provided that your request has been finally answered and the deletion does not conflict with any statutory storage requirements, such as in the event of subsequent contract execution.

 

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If you publish articles on our website, we also offer you to subscribe to any subsequent contributions by third parties. In order to be able to inform you about these follow-up articles by e-mail, we process your e-mail address. The legal basis here is Art. 6 para. 1 lit. a) GDPR. You may revoke your consent to this subscription at any time with effect for the future in accordance with Art. 7 (3) GDPR. For this, you only need to inform us about your cancellation or press the unsubscribe link contained in the respective e-mail.

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DUE DILIGANCE

FINANCIAL DUE DILIGENCE

The environment for INVESTING in Renewable Energy has become more complex. The risk potential has increased and each country has special laws that must be complied with. We counter this risk through experience, focus and expertise. Our specialized Transaction Services team concentrates "deal know-how" with an in-depth specialist and industry knowledge for an optimal service package. We provide you with the secure basis for your investment and financing decisions. As part of a financial due diligence, our experts analyze the opportunities and risks of your investment project and evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of each project. The review of relevant information is done in close cooperation with you.

FINANCIAL MODEL 

In order to obtain financing, Sun2World prepare comprehensive documentation of the project details so that potential financiers and investors are able to assess the risk of the investment. This is particularly true of project financing, as the lender depends entirely on the cash flow of the project for repayment rather than on the balance sheet of the sponsor.

This checklist below is for sponsors – financiers, developers – project partners, and sets out basic financial modeling requirements and procedures that investors in projects typically expect.

  • Independently verify key assumptions in the financial model, including EPC and O&M costs, energy yield, of -take pricing, and terms of financing.
  • Sun2World prepare financial model covering the full lifecycle of the project.
  • Include stress tested results and scenario analysis for debt service for potential lenders and equity investors.
  • Clearly present cash flow analysis and relevant indicators, such as IRR, DSCR, CFADS, LLCR, MRA calculations, etc.
  • Provide a sensitivity analysis for key inputs on CapEx, OpEx, and financing costs.

We will constantly expand our financial model and extend it directly to local conditions (Meteo Data, Google Maps Integration).

For all registered customers, we offer our financial model as a free online version.

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