PEP has extensive experience in project finance. We will review the project finance requirement and provide a custom fit for the project.
PEP develops sustainable energy projects from cradle to cradle. PEP will seek strategic partnerships with market parties to achieve maximum project success.
PEP carries out due diligence activities on projects in all stages of completion.
In the market of renewable projects PEP will looks at front end technologies and innovative solutions for optimal results.
Perpetuum Energy Partners was established in 2013 by the founders Jan Willem Rösingh and Bas Kuilman. Both seasoned in the energy industry. The experience of the founders lies in innovative development of projects in the energy industry, applied to new project ventures in the renewable energy business. Perpetuum Energy Partners will make sustainable energy projects bankable by creating new structures and using its vast experience and network to accomplish success.
Jan Willem Rösingh
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PEP is a partner in Haagse Aardwarmte Leyweg and happy to announce that activities have started on location at the geothermal wells in the Hague. It is the intention to pull the pump and tubing out of the wells, after which the wells can be inspected internally. Based[…]
Perpetuum Energy Partners have acquired a share in the “Aardwarmte Den Haag” project. Together with consortium partners Hydreco Geomec and Energiefonds Den Haag (ED) we have founded the new company Haagse Aardwarmte Leyweg BV, HAL for short. HAL intends to get the goethermal doublet in operation to deliver sustainable heat to the the Hague southwest[…]
Perpetuum Energy Partners have applied for a DEI subsidy from the Dutch governmental agency RVO for the “Gas to Geothermal” project. This project intends to demonstrate the feasibility of cenverting depleted gas wells to operational geothermal wells.