List of 3 solar park investors from Asia

List of 3 solar energy investors from Asia

This article is based on our list of the largest renewable energy investors in Asia which contains general contact details, company details as well as information about the investor type and their asset focus. The list also holds personal contact information.

Solar Energy is one of the most widespread renewable energies, also in Asia. The mixture of many hours of sunshine and solar irradiance, as well as the population density of Asian countries, means that the market for photovoltaic/solar energy is very lively here. Solar energy is a technology of the future – this is also the view of Asian investors, 3 of whom are presented in this article.

1. SUN Energy – Indonesian company offering investment solutions

SUN Energy is a leading solar project developer in Indonesia based in Jakarta. Since their foundation in 2016, the company has built up a portfolio of over 200MW of solar projects. While SUN Energy is mainly known as a developer, the company is active all over the value chain, including financing, development and maintenance. SUN Energy also offers solar leasing and other investment solutions for customers.

2. Sunseap – Company from Singapore offering PPAs

Sunseap is one of Asia’s most known solar energy companies – according to their motto ‘Affordable clean energy for everyone’, the company has a substantial portfolio of roughly 2.000 MW of solar projects all over Asia. Sunseap – which is based in Singapore – offers residential as well commercial solar projects. For utility scale parks, the company also offers PPAs.

3. Continuum – Solar Energy Investor from India

Continuum is an Indian renewable energy company with headquarters in Mumbai. The geographical focus of the group lies in their Home country India, where Continuum has achieved a general portfolio of more than 3.7 GW of capacity, 850MW of which is in operation. Continuum is owned by a Fund managed by Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners and focuses on wind and wind and solar hybrid projects.

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