The significant growth of the solar industry around the globe in recent years has created a new class of mainstream infrastructure investment – large-scale solar power stations that generate emissions-free power on the back of various huge technological innovations which would produce stable cash-flow and drive cost competitiveness.
New Energy Solar is focusing on building a portfolio of large-scale solar power plants that generate and sell clean energy to creditworthy electricity consumers.
A rapidly growing global opportunity - Multiple Evidence suggest that global solar power capacity could increase from 5 to 32 percent of global power capacity by 2040.
Low maintenance cost after the initial investment - Fuel for solar assets is free and unlimited – life span of solar panels are typically 25+ years, meaning the majority of investment costs are incurred upfront.
Ongoing cash flow generation - Ownership are generally at relatively low risk producing solar power stations that would generate cash flows by selling zero emissions electricity into the power grid.
Socially responsible investments - Climate change, pollution, natural resource constraints and positive public sentiment are creating more demand for electricity procured from renewable sources.
Limited exposure to technology risk - Solar photovoltaics are well developed and long time-endured technologies. Investing in high quality solar assets would also be largely de-risked through long-term Power Purchase Agreements with high quality off-takers (i.e. governments, utilities and large corporations) .
Like all investments, investing in New Energy Solar carries risks which may result in the loss of income or principal invested. In addition to the general risks of investing, specific risks associated with investing in the business include residual value of investments, distribution risk, currency risk and interest rate risk. For further information about the risks of investing in New Energy Solar, please refer to Section 5 of the Offer Document.