Annual Report 2017

| Print |
15.06.2018

The Annual Report 2017 has now been published.

In this report, we present some financial data on our portfolio, as well as a deeper look into the story of some of the people behind those data.


Excerpt from the foreword:

Whereas late February temperatures in bustling Dakar are still around a pleasant 20 degrees, once you drive out north-east into Senegal’s Sahel it quickly gets searingly hot thanks to the blinding, scorching sun. Ideal conditions, in other words, for the country’s biggest solar energy plant. I am driving there together with Belgium’s Prime Minister Charles Michel and Vice-premier and Minister for International Development Alexander De Croo. As we leave the tarmac and rumble down a dirt track, we see thousands of solar panels looming in the distance....


You can download it here (EN, ES).

In this report, we present some financial data on our portfolio, as well as a deeper look into the story of some of the people behind those data.

Excerpt from the foreword:

Whereas late February temperatures in bustling Dakar are still around a pleasant 20 degrees, once you drive out north-east into Senegal’s Sahel it quickly gets searingly hot thanks to the blinding, scorching sun. Ideal conditions, in other words, for the country’s biggest solar energy plant. I am driving there together with Belgium’s Prime Minister Charles Michel and Vice-premier and Minister for International Development Alexander De Croo. As we leave the tarmac and rumble down a dirt track, we see thousands of solar panels looming in the distance....

Downloads
Back