Financing Power Plants and Solar Photovoltaic Power Stations
Photovoltaic Panels Assembly Plant at "Kamakura Solar Power Corporation"
Photovoltaic Panels Assembly Plant at Kamakura Solar Power Corporation (Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan)
Like Many Other Fine Projects, the Expansion of Kamakura Solar Power Corporation
Will Be Fully Financed By The United OPEC Banks International.
The Expansion Will Be Fully Financed By The United World Banks
Energy Projects Finance By The United World Banks
Understanding and financing energy projects take a lot of analysis, preparation and construction planning - and, substantial resources.
With global energy demand expected to increase more than 400% by 2045, energy is one of the world's most capital-sensitive industries.
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We provide unparalleled financing programs and guaranteed lowest interest rates to our global client's capital needs.
Last year alone, United World Banks' Energy Finance Division has committed over US$ 689 billion in capital which delivered enough green power to supply energy to approximately 246 million homes and businesses.
Types of Financing and Interest Rates:
••• Power Plants, Solar Photovoltaic Power Stations, and Energy-Related Projects;
••• Lines of Credit and Bank Guarantees;
••• Our fixed-rate loans are only ¼% above LIBOR (London Interbank Offered Rate) for permanent financing of projects.
••• Our variable-rate financing is only ½% above the European Central Bank preferential interest rate.
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We offer global Power Stations and Energy Related Industries our unmatched financing programs, guaranteed lowest interest rates, unsurpassed capabilities,
and unlimited resources - helping them to create competitive advantages.
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Financing World's Major Solar Power Generators, Solar Photovoltaic Power Stations, Solar & Wind Farms, Solar Panels Manufacturing Companies, Oil, Gas, Coal and Renewable Energy Projects from US$5,000,000 up to NO LIMIT -- Always Enhanced by our Traditional:
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Kamakura Solar Power Plant Company's Construction Project
Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
Photo Above: Prototype
The New Komekurayama Solar Power Plant will be built by Kamakura Solar Power Plant Company in Kofu, Yamanashi Prefecture.
Kamakura Solar Power Plant Company's
Following the release of financing under review by United World Banks, Kamakura Solar Power Corporation will expand and build a major Solar Power Plant near the city of Kawasaki with the initial capacity of 20 megawatts and 200 megawatts upon the completion.
The solar photovoltaic power plant will have an estimated life of 40 years and is expected to supply 64 million kilowatt-hours per year, according to official figures. It could help to reduce Japan's carbon dioxide emissions by more than 1 million tons per year.
Electricity from the new plant is set to be sold to Tokyo Electric Power Company under a 20-year power purchase agreement. Annual output for the plant is expected to be somewhere around 70 million kWh.
Exploring a new business model for utility-scale solar power generation, Kamakura Solar Power Corporation was established in July 2014.
Under a financing plan devised by the United World Banks, the new Kamakura Solar Power Corporation was tasked to develop and operate the 70MW solar power plant in Kanagawa Prefecture.
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