Wind Fund Now Better

Leonidas Associates XI wind power Fund in France of Leonidas Associates XI plans 11 wind power facilities with a total capacity of 22 MW in France. Leonidas Associates GmbH, to the mission included the story of windmills since the 12th century in the old world, currently sent the third wind Fund in the race because its predecessor was out after 2 months. Refined technologies, wind-rich regions, coupled with government subsidies create a policy for future wind turbines, after this segment was long neglected. Everyone under closed funds met alternative facts at this point. Leonidas Associates XI in detail: the subscription period of the Leonidas Associates XI is scheduled up to 31 January 2013. Leonidas Associates XI includes 11 wind turbines with a capacity of 22 megawatts.

Leonidas Associates XI has an initial drawing prize of 10 thousand EUR. Investment accounted for 97.1% with liquidity reserves. Full maintenance contract for 15 years with 97% availability guarantee for the Leonidas Associates XI. Leonidas Associates XI has a total payment forecast by approximately 226%. Leonidas Associates XI receives help through the mistral winds among the French Republic to England the countries with the most consistent and strongest wind regions in Europe. Despite these excellent conditions the French have not noticed long time training option.

The generation of electricity from wind power accounts for only 3% and behind this the States as the States or the Federal Republic of Germany, even though the basic conditions would be perfect. That lopsided was now finally figured out and State subsidies and attractive feed-in tariffs meet their customers. Climate protection objective of the European Union can be implemented just so. Leonidas Associates XI should place his eleven wind turbines up to the end of the year 2013 in addition to the windmills of his predecessor. The term amounted to sixteen years until the year 2028. The new wind Fund Leonidas Associates XINimmt is former technologies vision since the year 1891 began in Denmark the use of wind turbines to generate electricity. DC deployment of structure-poor areas was the target. Secured by appealing energy prices in the course of the first world war, KW were active until 1918 around 120 complexes with an output of each 10-35. The first plant in the United States went in 1941 with a performance of 1250 KW to the grid. Energy prices and thus also the demand for wind energy declined after the second world war. In Great Britain, France, Germany and Denmark more modern systems were improved regardless of. The new wind Fund Leonidas Associates XI emerges from these experiences now.