Hydropower in Serbia
The first projects of Aliquantum show the great potential — both the entire hydropower and the target region in particular.
Operational Small Hydro Power Plants (Serbia)
Aliquantum Energy is already involved in two new, operational hydroelectric power stations in Serbia, which produce environmentally friendly electricity with a capacity of around 2.5 megawatts. Aliquantum Energy expects an annual production of eleven million kilowatt hours; After deduction of all operating costs, an annual gross profit in the order of one million euros remains.
Potential for the future
The fact that the two hydropower plants of the energy company are already generating cash flows makes the investment as attractive as the fact that it has a remote maintenance center — the possibilities for its use create additional potential for the future.
Due to the access to two further operational projects as well as projects shortly before the completion of the construction phase, the total capacity of Aliquantum production plants in Serbia will grow to 8.7 MW. The state-guaranteed, feed-in tariff charged on a euro basis provides for a stable and long-term predictable cash flow. In addition, Aliquantum has developed a mature project pipeline with a capacity of approx. 38 MW, whose projects are already in different approval phases.
The successful realization of 50% (19 MW) of this potential is assumed as a conservative assumption for the business planning, resulting in a total capacity of 26.5 MW for the pipeline of the first construction phase in Serbia.
|Operational — acquired
|5,7 Mio. €
|13,3 Mio. €
|48 Mio. €
|Total Pipeline Serbia
|67 Mio. €