Your benefits of investing in RENDCOR development projects

You are interested in investing in one of our renewable energy development projects in emerging markets? This is what we can offer you:

Bankability and stable long-term returns

To make our projects bankable we rely on project development experts that follow up-to-date international project management standards in all relevant fields, such as legal and regulatory matters, technical feasibility and value-for-money analysis. In pursuance of presenting our investors a full overview of possible risks our experts use advanced models to measure environmental, operational, human resources and financial risks. We offer the highest level of transparency including rigid KYC-audits from project development to financial close.

Full compliance with IFC Performance Standards

RENDCOR projects strictly conform to the IFC Performance Standards that obligate all project developers to vigorous social and environmental risk and impact assessment. Consequently, our development projects integrate practices and technologies that promote energy efficiency, the sustainable use of natural resources and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. Here you can find further information on the IFC Standards.

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Extensive development and financing experience in emerging markets

As a partner organization of the Development Bank of Austria (OeEB) we have substantial experience in developing and financing demanding infrastructure projects in emerging markets. Our cooperation with ILF - one of the most reputable European engineering and consulting firms based in Innsbruck, Austria – enables us to offer our investors and development partners technical excellence on the highest international level for the benefit of revenue prospects and long-term reliability of business models.

Management of all risks during the construction phase

RENDCOR's risk management is not limited to the planning and development phase of our projects. We do not only focus on the assessment of financial, economic, managerial, legal, construction, design and environmental risks but also manage all possible risks during the construction phase. This includes technical and logistic difficulties on site as well as communication with our local partners, contractors and local authorities where we act as an advocate for our investors.