We develop Renewable Energy Projects in Solar, Wind and Biomass
Who We Are
Maximus Terra S.A. was established in 2010, by the shareholder and founder of “Private Consulting S.A.” http://www.privateconsulting.gr/english/ operating in Real Estate having as a main aim the conversion of simple agricultural land to energy location for producing electricity by the use of Renewable Energy Sources (RES). Its founders have a vast experience in RES projects and financials, having collaborated with major clients globally, since 1993.
Maximus Terra owns, either through purchase or lease, more than 400 hectares agricultural land in the northern part of Greece, which is used for developing RES (Solar Thermal and PV) units of 150MW capacity.
The land is fully Environmentally licensed and is leased – with a buyout option, to thirty six (36) Energy Project Companies which will further develop and exploit the RES potential in the region. Currently the 111.2MW are in a “ready to be built” phase which is scheduled to take place within 2019 and 2020.
The estimated value of the thirty six (36) Energy Project Companies that will further develop the RES (Solar Thermal) projects reaches app. €500m. since their annual (25y. life time average) revenues from selling energy, when the projects annual income ,in full operation, is expected to exceed €75m. The investment philosophy that expresses Maximus Terra through the years is to identify and secure appropriate agricultural land which will gain surplus value through converting it to energy location. To this end, the land is acquired in order to meet two (2) basic goals:
i. Develop environmentally friendly technologies (through installing large volume RES projects), and
ii. Have access to the Country’s high voltage grid
The success of Maximus Terra investment strategy, apart from the expertise and know-how of its leadership team, also derives from the fact that EU has adopted certain policies to enhance the use RES technologies.
The revised Renewable Energy Directive1 (RED II) established that the overall EU target for Renewable Energy Sources consumption by 2030 has been raised to 32% (from 27%). In RED II, each Member State will define the detailed trajectory to reach these targets in the Integrated National Energy and Climate Plans. So far, Greece has only reached 9% of the target set, meaning that there is still way to go and RES
projects to be built and put in operation.
To this end, Maximus Terra is developing in order to exploit a portfolio of 200MW Photovoltaic Units, in Northern Greece, of app. €200m investment budget and connect to the high voltage grid.
Maximus Terra apart from being a successful real estate company has one target and one target only: “To become one of Greece’s greatest electricity producers and be the leader in the Greek and European energy market”.