Both companies, Nordic Solar Energy and Global, both have the option to buy back shares. In addition, we have investors on the waiting list who can take over the shares, for which we charge a modest administration fee of 1%.
Usually between 2-5 months, sometimes even faster. Theoretically, it can take up to 12 months, but that is based on a very conservative assessment.
8.5% in Nordic Solar Energy A/S since 2015 14,9% i Nordic Solar Global A/S siden 2019
The minimum investment in Nordic Solar is EUR 100,000.
The value of the individual solar park is calculated by discounting the future cash flows in the budget to present value. The internal rate of return used for this may vary from country to country, and reflects a realistic assessment of the market return in that country at that time.
The price is calculated according to the same principle as the valuation of the individual solar park, so that the price at all times best reflects the fair value of the total portfolio of solar parks.
See price graph here
Developments in electricity prices, inadequate due diligence or unrealistic budgets are among the most significant risk. Historically, many solar parks have been subsidized in the form of high settlement prices for electricity production. Any retroactive changes to these subsidies have been the biggest single risk. However, the market is moving very fast towards subsidy-free [...]
To the extent that the company in question has the liquidity to do so, a shareholder may, without notice* sell their shares back to the company, at the current monthly price less an administration fee of 1%. Formally, both companies have a general meeting resolution that authorizes the board of directors to buy back shares. [...]
See Nordic Solar Energy tax note from PwC and Nordic Solar Global tax note from PwC