Projects

Pegões Solar

100% Reserved Amount = € 0,00 € 175.000,00 of € 175.000
100% Funded
8 yr

term

4.5%

a year

monthly

instalment

B

rating

sustainable_energy

Sustainable energy

7. Affordable and Clean Energy

SDG 7. Affordable and Clean Energy

11. Sustainable Cities and Communities

SDG 11. Sustainable Cities and Communities

Installation of 2 PV plants with 250kWp to sell to the grid

Impact

It will enable the reduction of an equivalent of 110 tons of CO2 emissions each year. Moreover, the company will save more than 4 000€ a month in energy costs. The project will also support the local economy, being Cerâmica de Pegões an important player in the region.

Project Information

This project will install a photovoltaic plant for self-consumption in Cerâmica de Pegões J. G. Silva facilities. The company is familiar with the use of energy from alternative sources, as since 2006 all the energy used for drying the bricks produced and in the hoven come from biomass (forest residues). This project will allow the factory to install a 250 kWp photovoltaic plant for self-consumption. It will be composed by 1000 panels which will generate 410 000 kWh of renewable energy each year.


100% Funded
8 yr

term

4.5%

a year

monthly

instalment

B

rating

sustainable_energy

Sustainable energy

7. Affordable and Clean Energy

SDG 7. Affordable and Clean Energy

11. Sustainable Cities and Communities

SDG 11. Sustainable Cities and Communities

Installation of 2 PV plants with 250kWp to sell to the grid

100% Reserved Amount = € 0,00 € 175.000,00 of € 175.000

Impact

It will enable the reduction of an equivalent of 110 tons of CO2 emissions each year. Moreover, the company will save more than 4 000€ a month in energy costs. The project will also support the local economy, being Cerâmica de Pegões an important player in the region.

Project Information

This project will install a photovoltaic plant for self-consumption in Cerâmica de Pegões J. G. Silva facilities. The company is familiar with the use of energy from alternative sources, as since 2006 all the energy used for drying the bricks produced and in the hoven come from biomass (forest residues). This project will allow the factory to install a 250 kWp photovoltaic plant for self-consumption. It will be composed by 1000 panels which will generate 410 000 kWh of renewable energy each year.


Cerâmica de Pegões

Active since
1957
Fiscal Country
Portugal
Operating in
Pegões
Industry
Ceramics
GoParity Loans
1
About Cerâmica de Pegões

Cerâmica Pegões J.G. Silva was created in 1957. It is the only brick producer in the south of river Tejo area and has a production capacity of 220 tons per day of bricks, slabs and tiles. The factory has a history of success and a great environmental commitment: in 2006, with a change in the technology, they stopped to use fuel oil as their energy resource. As a result of this strategy, the company continues their investment in alternative energy sources, becoming increasingly competitive while contributing to a more sustainable future.

The Business Model

This photovoltaic plant is meant to sell energy to the grid. The revenues will be enough to cover the financing costs (to the project's investors and to GoParity), meaning that the project is both environmentally and financially sustainable.

Track Record

Ceramic factory founded in 1957. The only brickfactory south of the Tagus River, with a productive capacity of over 220 tons per day of eco-friendly bricks

Promoter Rating: B

Guarantees

This loan is secured with the pledge of the equipment. 

Cerâmica de Pegões

Active since
1957
Fiscal Country
Portugal
Operating in
Pegões
Industry
Ceramics
GoParity Loans
1
About Cerâmica de Pegões

Cerâmica Pegões J.G. Silva was created in 1957. It is the only brick producer in the south of river Tejo area and has a production capacity of 220 tons per day of bricks, slabs and tiles. The factory has a history of success and a great environmental commitment: in 2006, with a change in the technology, they stopped to use fuel oil as their energy resource. As a result of this strategy, the company continues their investment in alternative energy sources, becoming increasingly competitive while contributing to a more sustainable future.

The Business Model

This photovoltaic plant is meant to sell energy to the grid. The revenues will be enough to cover the financing costs (to the project's investors and to GoParity), meaning that the project is both environmentally and financially sustainable.

Track Record

Ceramic factory founded in 1957. The only brickfactory south of the Tagus River, with a productive capacity of over 220 tons per day of eco-friendly bricks

Promoter Rating: B

Guarantees

This loan is secured with the pledge of the equipment. 

Payments Status: On time

2018-10-04

1st payment

2018-10-01

100% funded

2018-07-06

Open for investment

Payments Status: On time

2018-10-04

1st payment

2018-10-01

100% funded

2018-07-06

Open for investment