Vision and Mission
energy matters

 

Vision

Asunim aims for progressive energy independence for all individuals on this planet, and believes that decentralized photovoltaic (PV) power generation near the location of consumption plays an important role in this revolution. The aim is improving living conditions, reducing energy costs and protecting our planet through the intelligent use of solar energy.

Asunim’s slogan describes this energy revolution by one simple phrase:

ENERGY MATTERS ®

 

Mission

The sun holds the greatest potential to meet the world’s energy demand, and Asunim is committed to its contribution of turning this into a reality over the coming decades.

The mission is to provide optimized renewable energy solutions for worldwide customers. This is done without ignoring existing technological constraints, and by giving a well-researched opinion on feasible local possibilities.

For that, Asunim supplies, designs and/or builds systems with the most reliable state-of-the-art components, which are fine-tuned to obtain maximum efficiency from the locally available solar irradiation.

News in a Flash

Michael Bloomberg’s ‘war on coal’ goes global with $50m fund

"Communities are tired of having their air and water poisoned when there are cleaner and cheaper alternatives available."

Read the Guardian article here

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Dubai's clean energy projects will lead to $19bn in savings, says DEWA CEO

100 percent of Dubai’s desalinated water will be produced by a mix of clean energy that uses both renewable energy and waste heat. - Read the article in ArabianBusiness.com

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Power from mini nuclear plants 'would cost more than from large ones'

Ministers are ploughing huge sums of money into supporting overpriced nuclear, while retaining a de facto ban on onshore wind and failing to give solar the support the sector needs. Read the article in the guardian

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ASUNIM TURKEY COMPLETES THE LARGEST SOLAR POWER PLANT IN THE AEGEAN REGION

The system consists in two separate sites totalling 40.3MW, built in parallel, one of 19,7MW and another of 20.6MW, both located in Manisa, Turkey.