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Investment opportunities: wind farms and single wind turbines on site

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Investment offer: turn-key wind farms and single wind turbines, operational wind farms

As one of our services we offer investment opportunities in several wind farms (2 – 15 turbines per wind farm) and single wind turbines on site (manufacturer e.g. Enercon, VESTAS, GE Wind, NEG Micon, Repower) with commissioning years between 1999 and 2014.

Amongst others wind farms and single turbines with the following WTG types are available: REpower MM82, MD70, MD77, Senvion MM92, VESTAS V80, VESTAS V90, NEG Micon NM 60/1000, NEG Micon NM 1.000/60, NM82, NM 48/750, NM 52/900, Enercon E70, Enercon E82, Lagerwey LW750, GE Wind 1.5s, GE Wind 1.5sl, GE 2.5-120)

Professional maintenance, technical operation and commercial management are also secured for the future of course.

Furthermore EcofinConcept offers investments in several turn-key wind farms and single wind turbine projects with commissioning between 2015 and 2016 following the current planning. Most of these wind farms will be fitted with Nordex N117, N131, VESTAS V90, V112, V117, V126, ENERCON E-82, E-92, E-101, E-115, E-126, GE 2.85-103, GE 2.5-120, VENSYS 112, 120, eno 92, eno 114, eno 126 and Senvion MM82, MM92, 3.2M, 3.4M wind turbines (wind turbine generators WTG).

Six measures for more onshore wind in Germany

Wind was 27% of Germany’s electricity consumption last year. And renewables in total were over 50%. With 63 GW of onshore and offshore wind farms, Germany has the biggest wind energy capacity in Europe. And Germany should remain the leader in the expansion of onshore wind over the period 2021-25, according to WindEurope’s latest forecasts. But this will only happen if they get their policies right.

Germany: Latest Renewables Law will hold back expansion of onshore wind

Windpark NRW Winter

Wind was 27% of German net electricity last year. And renewables in total were over 50%. But changes to the Renewables Law threaten to undermine the progress renewables are making – and in particular hold back the expansion of onshore wind

Record 15 GW of new wind turbines ordered in 2020

Windpark NRW Winter

Despite the ongoing pandemic, both onshore and offshore orders saw an increase in sales. European countries ordered 8.2 GW of onshore wind turbines – a 13% increase compared to 2019

sale of NORDEX wind farm

Investment: NORDEX N149 wind farm in Germany
sale of NORDEX wind farm

Double-digit growth: EU solar market defies expectations to add 18.7 GW in 2020

Today, SolarPower Europe published its new EU Market Outlook for Solar Power, which shows that despite the setbacks of COVID-19, the European solar market grew by 11%, adding 18.7 GW of installations

SALE: single onshore wind turbine VESTAS V126 on site in Germany

Investment: VESTAS V126 wind turbine in Germany

location: Western-Germany

type of wind turbine: VESTAS V126-3.45 MW
rated power wind turbine: 3,450 kW (3.45 MW)
hub height: 147m
rotor diameter: 126m

maintenance contract: Full Service VESTAS over 15-20 years

start of operation: end of 2018

building permit: on hand
feed-in permit: on hand

feed-in tariff by German law

National Energy and Climate Plans: A solar-powered energy system by 2030

The National Energy and Climate Plans confirm the bright future for solar in Europe, with 209 GW of solar PV capacity set to be added by 2030, or 19 GW per year. Solar will continue to be the most-installed energy generation technology in Europe between 2020 and 2030, together with wind energy.

Without CfDs Germany puts offshore wind targets at risk

Jobs and investment volumes depend on getting the regulatory framework for offshore wind right.

Germany adopts National Energy & Climate Plan and an ambitious Hydrogen Strategy

For onshore wind where Germany has 53 GW today this means building new wind farms and repowering existing wind farms, especially the large number of those that are coming off the feed-in tariff in the coming years.

Spain submits ambitious 2030 National Plan – Example for other countries to follow

Five other EU Member States still haven’t finalised their NECPs yet. They should find inspiration in the excellent Spanish example. Come on France, come on Germany…

PRESS RELEASE: EcofinConcept: Successful completion of one of Germany‘s largest repowering projects

Hückelhoven, September 12, 2019 – EcofinConcept has supported one of the largest wind energy repowering projects in Germany Satisfied today, all parties look to the achieved. That was not always so. One of the largest wind farm repowering projects in Brandenburg, Germany, threatened several times to fail because of the complexity of the task. So …

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Market researchers warn: without massive photovoltaic expansion electricity shortfalls are impending

Only if photovoltaic systems are significantly expanded from 2020 onwards and are flanked by sufficient storage capacity, will the security of supply and climate protection be equally guaranteed.

Significant uncertainty over the growth of wind energy in Europe over the next five years

If Governments end up producing clear and ambitious National Energy & Climate Plans (NECPs) and they improve the permitting arrangements for wind farms and they keep investing in new grid capacity, then Europe’s wind energy capacity would grow by 88 GW to 277 GW by 2023. But that’s a big if.

Europe installs 4.9 GW of new wind energy capacity in first half of 2019

Europe installs 4.9 GW of new wind energy capacity in first half of 2019

Europe added 4.9 GW of new wind energy capacity in the first half of 2019, according to figures released today by WindEurope.

PRESS RELEASE EcofinConcept markets a further 749 kWp solar park to a private investor

EcofinConcept markets a further 749 kWp solar park to a private investor
EcofinConcept GmbH, the specialist for renewable energy projects, has marketed another solar park to an investor from northern Germany.

Investment opportunity: Senvion (REpower) 3.4M wind turbine on site in Germany

Sale of wind turbine Senvion 3.4M on site in Germany
location: North-Rhine Westphalia, Germany

power rating: 3,400 kW (3.4 MW)
manufacturer WTG: Senvion (REpower)
hub height: 128m
rotor diameter: 104m

maintenance contract: Senvion Full Service ISP+ over 15 years

start of operation: end of 2015

building permit: on hand
feed-in permit: on hand

SALE ENERCON E-70 in Germany

SALE ENERCON E-70 in Germany
sale of wind turbine ENERCON E 70 on site in Germany
construction completed, wind turbine is in operation

WindEurope calls on EU countries to make National Energy & Climate Plans their investment brochure for wind energy

European countries’ National Energy & Climate Plans are meant to be their energy transition roadmap to 2030. But the draft versions of the Plans need significant improvements if the EU is to deliver on its 2030 renewable energy targe

Sale of single onshore wind turbine NORDEX N117 on site in Germany

sale of a project with single onshore wind turbine NORDEX N117

location: Germany

rated power wind turbine: 2,400 kW (2.4 MW)
manufacturer WTG: NORDEX
hub height: 141m
rotor diameter: 117m

maintenance contract: Full Service possible (20 years)

start of operation: Q1/Q2 2018

building permit: on hand, advice of amendment in progress

feed-in permit: on hand
feed-in tariff by German law (pilot plant)

land lease contract: long term

Sale of onshore wind farm VESTAS V126 on site in Germany

VESTAS V126 wind farm in Germany investment

location: Western-Germany

pieces: 3
type of wind turbine: VESTAS V126-3.45 MW
power rating wind farm: 10,350 kW (10.35 MW)
rated power wind turbine: 3,450 kW (3.45 MW)
manufacturer WTG: VESTAS
hub height: 147m
rotor diameter: 126m

maintenance contract: Full Service VESTAS over 15 years

start of operation: end of 2018

Investment: VESTAS V126 wind farm in Germany

sale of onshore wind farm VESTAS V126 on site in Germany

location: Western-Germany

pieces: 3
type of wind turbine: VESTAS V126-3.45 MW
power rating wind farm: 10,350 kW (10.35 MW)
rated power wind turbine: 3,450 kW (3.45 MW)
manufacturer WTG: VESTAS
hub height: 147m
rotor diameter: 126m

maintenance contract: Full Service VESTAS over 15 years

start of operation: end of 2018

building permit: on hand
feed-in permit: on hand

feed-in tariff by German law

land lease contract: 20 years plus prolongation options

SPV for Sale 20 MW VESTAS wind farm

FOR SALE: 20 MW VESTAS wind farm
location: Northern Germany, Germany

power rating wind farm: 19,800 kW (19.8 MW)
rated power wind turbine: 12 * 1,650 kW (1.65 MW)
manufacturer WTG: VESTAS
WTG type: V66-1.65 MW
hub height: 67m
rotor diameter: 66m

maintenance contract: VESTAS Full-Service until end of 2019

start of operation: 1999

building permit: on hand
feed-in permit: on hand

feed-in tariff by German law (cent / kWh) / duration:
9,1 cent / kWh  until 2020

Global Renewable Generation Continues its Strong Growth, New IRENA Capacity Data Shows

By the end of 2017, global renewable generation capacity increased by 167 GW and reached 2,179 GW worldwide. This represents a yearly growth of around 8.3%, the average for seven straight years in a row, according to new data released by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). Renewable Capacity Statistics 2018 is the most comprehensive, up-to-date and accessible figures on renewable energy capacity statistics. It contains nearly 15,000 data points from more than 200 countries and territories.

FOR SALE: 22 MW VESTAS wind farm

INVESTMENT: 22 MW VESTAS wind farm in Eastern Germany
FOR SALE: 22 MW VESTAS wind farm
location: Eastern Germany, Germany

power rating wind farm: 22,000 kW (22.0 MW)
rated power wind turbine: 11 * 2,000 kW (2.0 MW)
manufacturer WTG: VESTAS
WTG type: V80-2.0 MW
hub height: 78m
rotor diameter: 80m

maintenance contract: VESTAS Full-Service

start of operation: end of 2001

building permit: on hand
feed-in permit: on hand

feed-in tariff by German law (cent / kWh) / duration:
9,1 cent / kWh  until end of 2021

land lease contract: 25-30 years

technical management contract of wind energy project

commercial management contract of wind farm

share-deal of project GmbH & Co. KG

European Solar Market Grows 28% in 2017

Turkey leading solar market

European countries installed at least 8.61 GW of solar power
systems in 2017 – that is a 28% increase in comparison to the 6.72 GW added in 2016,
according to a first estimate from SolarPower Europe, the association of the solar power sector
in Europe. EU member states grew by around 6% to 6.03 GW in 2017 from 5.69 GW in
2016. 

INVESTMENT: 3 MW VESTAS wind farm

sale of 3 MW wind farm VESTAS V44/V47, site in Germany, in operation

location: Germany

power rating wind farm: > 3,000 kW (>3 MW)
rated power wind turbine: 600 – 660 kW each
manufacturer WTG: VESTAS
quantity: 5
turbine type: V44 / V47
hub height: 65m or 60m
rotor diameter: 44m or 47m

maintenance contract: normal

start of operation: 16 years ago

OFFER: Repowering WTGs Südwind S 46 (2 pcs.) from upcoming repowering

FOR SALE: Old Wind Energy Turbines (WTG) Repowering
Suedwind, upcoming repowering
Located in Eastern Germany 

Manufacturer: Südwind

type: Südwind S 46 with SEG inverter

quantity: 2

rated Power:  1 x 600 kW, 1 x 750 kW 

Rotor Diameter:  46m

Hub height: 60 m, steel tower

end of operation: near term

available: near term

WindEurope CEO tells EU Industry Commissioner: Wind energy can help drive industrial transformation in Europe

On 24 January WindEurope CEO Giles Dickson joined representatives of the Industry4Europe group to meet Elżbieta Bieńkowska, European Commissioner for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs.

Ms Bieńkowska convened the meeting to discuss the Commission’s Industrial Policy Strategy with the Industry4Europe group (representing 126 manufacturing sectors).  The latter presented a series of recommendations to the Commission on finance, research innovation, and skills training.   Dickson explained how wind had grown into a major manufacturing sector in Europe with factories in nearly every Member State, employing over a quarter of a million people, providing 11% of Europe’s electricity.  He said access to affordable finance is key to unlocking investment in capital-intensive factories in all sectors.  Which means strengthening EU finance mechanisms such as EFSI.

FOR SALE 5 x Enercon E-40/44 turbine from upcoming repowering

SALE of Enercon E-40/6.44 turbine

FOR SALE: Old Wind Energy Turbine (WTG) from upcoming repowering
Enercon

available: 2nd quarter 2018

Located on a site in Western-Germany to be dismantled by or on costs of buyer

Manufacturer: ENERCON

type: E40/E44

quantity: 5

rated Power:  500/600 kW

Rotor Diameter:  40/44m

Blades: Enercon

start of operation: 1998/2000

Investment: VESTAS V112 wind turbine in Germany

sale of onshore wind farm VESTAS V112 on site in Germany

location: Western-Germany

power rating wind farm: 3,075 kW (3 MW)
rated power wind turbine: 3,075 kW (3 MW)
manufacturer WTG: VESTAS
hub height: 140m
rotor diameter: 112m

maintenance contract: Full Service VESTAS AOM 4000 over 15/20 years

start of operation: Q2 2017

building permit: on hand
feed-in permit: on hand

feed-in tariff by German law (cent / kWh) / duration: 8.19 cents / kWh until end of 2037

land lease contract: 20 years plus 2*5 years prolongation option

technical and commercial management contract of wind energy project

France can be no. 2 in wind in Europe by 2030

WindEurope CEO, Giles Dickson, addressed the annual conference of the French Wind Energy Association (FEE) on Wednesday 20 September. He highlighted the positive outlook for wind energy in France thanks to the policies being put in place by the new French Government.

The positive outlook applied both to onshore and offshore wind. France was the leading country in the EU on floating offshore wind with 4 projects under development. And progress on floating wind would benefit the development of fixed-bottom offshore wind in France as well. The two technologies would learn from and feed off each other.

With the right policies, wind could provide 30% of Europe’s power by 2030

Wind energy has the potential to provide up to 30% of Europe’s power by 2030 according to figures released today by WindEurope in its Outlook to 2020 and Scenarios for 2030 reports.

According to WindEurope’s projections, Europe could be on course for an average installation rate of 12.6 GW per year in the years up to 2020. This would take Europe to a total of 204 GW by 2020. By this date wind would be Europe’s largest renewable energy source, surpassing hydro and providing 16.5% of Europe’s electricity demand. However, this growth is likely to be concentrated in just six countries (Germany, UK, France, Spain, Netherlands and Belgium), with Central and Eastern Europe lagging well behind.

OFFER: Repowering WTG DeWind D4 (1 pcs.)

FOR SALE: Old Wind Energy Turbine (WTG)

Repowering project DeWind

Located in Western Germany

Manufacturer: Dewind

type: Dewind D4

quantity: 1

rated Power: 600 kW

Rotor Diameter: 46m

Expansion figures for the first half of 2017 in Germany Onshore wind energy – Strong expansion in transition, significant risks in 2018/2019

Gross expansion of onshore wind energy by 2,281 megawatts (MW), which equals 790 wind power plants, as high as expected in the first half of 2017 Industry implementing the projects approved through the end of 2016 – transition effect will cease in 2018

Prospect following the first round of tendering for onshore wind energy:
Considerable planning uncertainty due to the success of non-approved projects
Cost reduction continues
Lawmakers must stipulate the Federal Immission Control Act (BImSchG) approval as the uniform prequalification; the respective provision for the two tendering processes in 2018 must become permanently valid
It is vital that capacities in non-implemented projects be retendered to achieve a successful energy transition

Offshore wind energy in Germany: growth figures for the first half of 2017

Offshore wind energy: Two new offshore wind farms come online – Capacity expansion is essential

108 offshore wind turbines with a combined capacity of 626 megawatts (MW) were brought online by 30 June 2017
Sandbank and Veja Mate, offshore wind farm projects in the North Sea, were completed on schedule, and expansion is progressing steadily
Results from round one of the offshore auction reached a milestone, demonstrating high investor confidence in offshore industry innovation and cost-cutting plans
Politicians are urged to seise opportunities that could have a positive impact on industrial policy and the energy industry. This would require raising minimum offshore capacity targets to 20GW by 2030 and 30GW by 2035
Annual offshore wind energy production: 2015: 8,285GWh, 2016: 12,365GWh, First half of 2017: 8,480GWh[1] (already roughly 70% of last year’s total output)

Investment: NORDEX wind farm with 9 N117 turbines in Germany

sale of onshore 21.6 MW wind farm NORDEX N117 on site in Germany

location: Saxony-Anhalt, Germany

power rating wind farm: 21,600 kW (21.6 MW)
rated power wind turbine: 2,400 kW (2.4 MW)
manufacturer WTG: NORDEX
hub height: 120m
rotor diameter: 117m

maintenance contract: Full Service possible

start of operation: Q4 2018

building permit: in progress, Q4 2017
feed-in permit: in progress, proofed, Q4 2017

4 MW Senvion wind farm for sale

INVESTMENT: 4.1 MW Senvion wind farm

location: Germany

power rating wind park: 4,100 kW (4.1 MW)
rated power wind turbine: 2,050 kW (2.05 MW)
manufacturer WTG: Senvion
type of WTG: MM82 2.050 KW
hub height: 59m
rotor diameter: 82m

maintenance contract: Full Service contract

start of operation: mid of 2017

building permit: on hand
feed-in permit: on hand

feed-in tariff by German law until end of 2037

land lease contract: 25 years from start of construction

technical management contract of wind energy project

commercial management contract of wind farm

The Wind Industry Is a Strong Employer in Germany

A GWS analysis shows that the onshore and offshore wind industries support 143,000 jobs directly and indirectly throughout all German states.

Berlin. The onshore and offshore wind industries directly and indirectly supported a total of 143,000 jobs in 2015, generating revenues of about EUR 13 billion. The wind industry has become a vital employer from Schleswig-Holstein to Bavaria. This is the finding of an analysis, “Beschäftigung in Deutschland durch Windenergie” [Employment in Germany’s Wind Industry], presented by the German Wind Energy Association (BWE), VDMA Power Systems and the Offshore Wind Industry Alliance (OWIA). The analysis was carried out by the Institute of Economic Structures Research (GWS) for 2015. It supplements the total figures published at the end of 2016 by Germany’s Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.

sale of operational wind turbine Enercon E-101 on site in Germany

sale of wind turbine ENERCON E 101 on site in Germany
construction completed, wind turbine is in operation

location: Germany

rated power wind turbine: 3,050 kW (3.05 MW)
manufacturer WTG: ENERCON
hub height: 135m
rotor diameter: 101m

SALE of Enercon E-40/6.44 turbine

FOR SALE: Old Wind Energy Turbine (WTG) from upcoming repowering
Enercon

available: 1st/2nd quarter 2017

Located on a site in Western-Germany to be dismantled by or on costs of buyer

Manufacturer: ENERCON

type: E44

quantity: 1

rated Power: 600 kW

Rotor Diameter: 44m

Hub height: 77 m

Blades: Enercon

start of operation: 2003

operating hours: ca. 95,000 h

FOR SALE: Enercon Wind Energy Turbines (WTG)

SALE of Enercon E-44 turbines
available: 1st/2nd quarter 2017

Located on a site in Western-Germany to be dismantled by or on costs of buyer

Manufacturer: ENERCON

type: E44

quantity: 2

rated Power: 600 kW

Rotor Diameter: 44m

Hub height: 65 m

Blades: Enercon

start of operation: 2001

operating hours: ca. 100,000 h

Price: on request

investment offer: Solar power plant with in total 2.6 MWp rated power in Germany

OFFER: operational Solar plant with 2,600 kWp (2.6 MWp) rated power already in operation

location: Eastern Germany, Germany on one site

plants are in four different SPVs

power rating (in kWp): 400 kWp, 500 kWp, 690 kWp, 1.000 kWp

solar modules: mono crystalline

solar inverters: String-WR

type of installation: fixed ground mounted and roof mounted system; orientation South

start of operation: between 2010 and 2012 (acc. EEG)

feed-in permit: on hand

feed-in fee by German law (cent / kWh) / duration: between 17.94 and 35.86 cents / kWh until end of 2030 and 2032

debt finance can be taken over

SALE of Enercon E-58 turbine (Repowering)

FOR SALE: Enercon Wind Energy Turbine (WTG) from upcoming repowering

available: 2nd quarter 2017

Located on a site in Western-Germany to be dismantled by or on costs of buyer

Manufacturer: ENERCON

type: E58

quantity: 1

rated Power: 1.000 kW

Rotor Diameter: 58 m

Hub height: 71 m

Blades: Enercon

start of operation: 2001

operating hours: ca. 115,000 h

Price: on request

If you are interested in our offer, do not hesitate to contact us.

Concerning confidentiality we do not provide detailed information on this Website.

Sale of Enercon E-40 Repowering turbine

SOLD

FOR SALE: Old Wind Energy Turbine (WTG) Repowering
Enercon

Located on site in Germany to be dismantled by or on costs of buyer

Manufacturer: ENERCON

type: E-40

quantity: 1

rated Power: 500 kW

Rotor Diameter: 40m

Hub height: 65 m

Blades: Enercon

Transformer Station: included

start of operation: 1997

produced kWh: ca. 18.5 Mio.

available: around March 2017

OFFER: Repowering WTG DeWind D4 (1 pcs.)

FOR SALE: Old Wind Energy Turbine (WTG)

Repowering project DeWind

Located in Germany

Manufacturer: Dewind

type: Dewind D4

quantity: 1

rated Power: 600 kW

Rotor Diameter: 48m

Hub height: 70m

Gear box: Jahnel-Kestermann JaKe CSF 630, original from 2001 with partial flow filter

Blades: LM Generator: Loher

converter: SEG

start of operation: 2001

produced kWh: ca. 16 Mio.

available: autumn 2016

Expansion of onshore wind energy in Germany in the first half of 2016

With a net capacity of 1,892 megawatts in the first six months of the year, 2016 looks like being a good year for land-based wind energy expansion. This strong expansion is being driven by the allocation of suitable sites and priority areas in many federal states. There has also been a surge of permits in order to secure the option of installing turbines with legally fixed EEG remuneration rates. In Germany the wind industry is working hard to develop innovation and production bases further. It also aims to use its leading technology to further expand its strong position in what are generally stable markets abroad.

Onshore wind energy in Germany was extended by a net capacity of 1,892 megawatts in the first half of 2016, representing a growth of 73 per cent over the same period the previous year (1,093 megawatts). Factoring in the number of dismantled turbines and the 161 megawatts of repowered turbine capacity in the first six months, this gives a gross capacity increase of 2,053 megawatts. This means a third strong year in a row for reasonably priced onshore wind energy. Taking projects that have already been granted planning permission into consideration, the industry associations VDMA Power Systems and German Wind Energy Association BWE predict a net volume of between 4,000 and 4,400 megawatts for the whole year.

Germany EEG reform a mixed bag for wind energy

Germany’s parliament approved a plan to reform the country’s renewable energy law by ending feed-in tariffs in favour of competitive auctions and putting clear volumes on wind energy deployment.

Lawmakers have agreed to cap the annual auctions for onshore wind at 2.8GW and offer fluctuating tenders for offshore wind in order to control renewables installations over the next decade. The limit for onshore wind is expected to increase after 2020 to 2.9GW a year. The offshore cap, which will apply from 2021-2030, will vary from year to year to ensure that Germany reaches its 15GW wind energy target in the next 15 years.

The reforms are expected to come into effect in January 2017.

sale of NORDEX onshore wind farm with 9.6 MW on site in Germany

location: North-Rhine Westphalia, Germany

power rating wind farm: 9,600 kW (9.6 MW)
rated power wind turbine: 2,400 kW (2.4 MW) each
quantity: 4 wind turbines
type: Nordex N117
manufacturer WTG: NORDEX
hub height: 120m
rotor diameter: 117m

maintenance contract: Full Service possible

start of operation: Q2 2017

building permit: in progress, Q2 2016
feed-in permit: in progress, proofed, Q2 2016

feed-in tariff by German law

land lease contract: long term

share-deal 100% in project company

technical and commercial management contract of wind energy Project possible

Investment: NORDEX wind farm with 9 N117 turbines in Germany

sale of onshore 21.6 MW wind farm NORDEX N117 on site in Germany

location: North-Rhine Westphalia, Germany

power rating wind farm: 21,600 kW (21.6 MW)
rated power wind turbine: 2,400 kW (2.4 MW)
manufacturer WTG: NORDEX
hub height: 120m
rotor diameter: 117m

maintenance contract: Full Service possible

start of operation: Q2 2017

building permit: in progress, Q2 2016
feed-in permit: in progress, proofed, Q2 2016

feed-in tariff by German law

land lease contract: long term

share-deal 100% in project company

technical and commercial management contract of wind energy Project possible

If you are interested in our offer, do not hesitate to contact us.

Concerning confidentiality we do not provide detailed information on this Website.