active project volume in Million EUR
registered investment demand in Billion EUR
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SENIOR SECURED NOTES
The proceeds of the notes are used to finance solar rooftop systems provided to corporate & industrial (C&I) as well as public customers in the UK. In return, customers enter into 25 years power purchase agreements (PPA) at a fixed, inflation-linked electricity price.
BIOGAS PLANTS IN GERMANY
ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENT FUND
The fund invests in existing biogas plants that are being upgraded and benefit from old, attractive EEG feed-in tariffs. The treatment of liquid manure and dung in the biogas plants considerably reduces the nitrate pollution of the groundwater.
Secured bearer bond
Financing of the regional expansion and enhancement of existing activities of Europe's leading provider of Bike-Sharing systems.
RAIL FREIGHT REDUCES CO2 EMISSIONS AND ENERGY CONSUMPTION
With this bond, the issuer refinances the leasing of modern freight wagons and offers investors the opportunity to benefit from the positive development in European rail freight transportation markets.
PROVIDING QUALITY SOCIAL HOUSING IN IRELAND
Addressing the serious shortage of social housing in Ireland in cooperation with the government initiative "Rebuilding Ireland"
FIRST CLIMATE-NEUTRAL PROVIDER OF MICROMOBILITY
Financing of latest generation e-scooters to further expand European market leadership
DEVELOPMENT OF GERMAN SOLAR PROJECTS
The proceeds of the bond are intended exclusively for the development and pre-financing of German solar projects.
What are the SDGs?
The realisation of these Sustainable Development Goals by 2030 at the latest requires measures in different areas of the world that are crucial for humanity and its planet. UNCTAD estimates that 2.5 trillion USD per annum in private investments is required to achieve the goals. The successful implementation of the SDGs is therefore largely dependent on the following two factors:
Entrepreneurial action: systematic orientation of projects and financial products to the SDGs.
Availability of financial resources: investments by private and institutional investors will make a decisive contribution here.
In September 2015, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the
2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
This resolution sets out the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (“SDGs”):