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TLS Group

Launch of the Green Energy plant in the EU using CSP systems

Montenegro
Market: Mechanical engineering, Electronics, Power Engineering, Blockchain, Crypto currency
Stage of the project: Prototype or product is ready

Date of last change: 17.02.2020
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Idea

The idea is to combine Green Energy and Blockchain technologies. We have released a security token company which contains a dividend payment mechanism, after the launch in the European Union Green Energy plant using our development of CSP stations based on a sterling engine, part of the company's income fr om electricity generation, we plan to pay into the smart contract token as a dividend. In this way, we will build an ecosystem wh ere everyone can receive income with a transparent source of repayment for their investments.

Current Status

To date, we have developed a model of CSP station, a platform where users can receive dividends. We've run a bounty company. We listed the token on a crypto exchange...

Market

The new directive establishes a new binding renewable energy target for the EU for 2030 of at least 32%, with a clause for a possible upward revision by 2023.
Under the new Governance regulation, which is also part of the Clean Energy for all Europeans package, EU countries are required to draft 10-year National Energy & Climate Plans (NECPs) for 2021-2030, outlining how they will meet the new 2030 targets for renewable energy and energy efficiency.

National action plans and progress reports
The Directive 2009/28/EC specifies national renewable energy targets for 2020 for each country, taking into account its starting point and overall potential for renewables. These targets range from a low of 10% in Malta to a high of 49% in Sweden.
EU countries set out how they plan to meet these 2020 targets and the general course of their renewable energy policy in national renewable energy action plans.
Progress towards national targets is measured every two years when EU countries publish national renewable energy progress reports.

The Directive 2009/28/EC promotes cooperation amongst EU countries (and with countries outside the EU) to help them meet their renewable energy targets. The cooperation mechanisms can take the form of:
- statistical transfers of renewable energy
- joint renewable energy projects
- joint renewable energy support schemes

According to the EU directive the share of energy purchased from renewable sources shall be at least 40% by Companies and at least 40% of the total generated electric power in countries by 2030.
Based on the Eurostat statistics we have perspectives for growth.

Problem or Opportunity

As for today two industrial technologies of converting sun’s rays into energy are generally applied:
- Photovoltaics allows receiving only energy under irradiation of semiconductor panels (photovoltaic – PV)
- Converting thermal energy of concentrated sun’s rays into electrical and thermal energy (concentrated solar power – CSP)
The problem of existing solutions
On the one hand, electric power stations constructed based on the PV technology tend to reduce in cost calculated using the cost of one established kW of electric power taking into account simplicity of installation, however, on the other hand, they have low-efficiency factor (up to 20%) which besides worsens every operation year (because of burning out cells), big losses due to heating of panels, the operation service life (budgetary models serve up to 10 years), they are unsuitable for repair. The panel composition contains harmful substances (heavy metals, etc.) that lead to the need for additional financial costs for the disposal of “electronic waste” and an increase in the cost of power generation during the whole service life. It is necessary to increase the number of new installations to maintain productivity.
Existing CSP solutions do not contain servo motor systems that are capable of following the sun and obtaining the maximum possible efficiency factor in solar heat concentration.

Solution (product or service)

The basis of the CSP installation is a solar concentrator (the parabolic mirror) with a tandem of the Stirling engine and asynchronous generator.
How to achieve high and constant efficiency factor, inexpensive maintenance at such a long service life:
- The tracking system controls the concentrator motion following the sun using a servo motor, whereby the maximum possible amount of solar energy is captured for further conversion
- The original modification of the easy-to-use Stirling engine developed using a specially designed mathematical model to optimize processes is used
- The reliable asynchronous electric machine in generator mode operates directly for load or electric distribution system without any inverter that causes absence of losses and additional “harmful” harmonics of current that overheats electrical equipment in the adjacent network
- All elements are easily replaceable and have a long service life. Maintenance costs are not more than 0.05% of the installation cost per year.

Products and Our Solution
CSP system at the Stirling parity level
The actual area occupied by CSP stations with a total nominal capacity of 8 Mw/H is 1.8 Ha.
Typical unit installation for 25 kW with the mirror area of about 92 sq.m. will require 4 sq.m. for a foundation.
In the enterprise business model, the costs of land expropriation or it's renting for a solar station are significantly reduced. The aforesaid significantly increases the value offer and efficiency of investment reduces payback time for tens of percent.

Nowadays green energy companies:
Burn biomass.
Use wind parks.
Build very expensive CSP stations (in southern regions).
Use geothermal sources.
But all these solutions are more like expensive patching holes.
We offer a relatively simple and easily scalable solution.
We are ready to install stations in all regions that have at least 250 sunny days a year. It is a fairly large list of countries all over the world. Only in Europe they are Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Malta, Montenegro, Romania, Spain.

Competitors

Azelio
Imperial Valley Solar
Calico solar
Cleanenergy AB.

Advantages or differentiators

Comparison of the CSP station with the established capacity of 20 MW and PV:
1. Quantity of generated electric power within 25 years:
• CSP: 933,450,000 Kw/h electrical +933,450,000 Kw/h thermal
• PV: 652,880,000 Kw/h
• The actual electric power generation is 43% more than PV.
2. Possible service life:
• CSP: up to 40 years • PV: up 15 years

Finance

Gross margin 2021 3317299,20
Gross margin 2022 6651561,86
Gross margin 2023 9993992,12
Gross margin 2024 13336422,37
Gross margin 2025 16678852,63
Gross margin 2026 20021282,88
Gross margin 2027 23363713,13
Gross margin 2028 26706143,39
Gross margin 2029 30048573,64
Gross margin 2030 33391003,90
Gross margin 2031 36733434,15

Business model

The business model is available both on the website and in White paper.

Money will be spent on

Company registration in the European Union, registration of the prospectus, marketing, launch of STO- 50 000 EURO
listing on the stock exchange- 30000 EURO
the launch of production, construction of Green Energy plant- 1 000 000 EURO

Offer for investor

With the support of the EU Renewable Energy Law (EEG 2017), as well as a previously approved project by the Ministry of Energy, it was decided to install a CSP power plant with a total capacity of 20 MW. The government provides access to the power grid with the possibility of further sale of electricity to the state at a price ranging from 0.08 EUR to 0.25 EUR per 1 kW.
With the support of the EU Renewable Energy Law (EEG 2017), as well as a previously approved project by the Ministry of Energy, it was decided to install a CSP power plant with a total capacity of 20 MW. The government provides access to the power grid with the possibility of further sale of electricity to the state at a price ranging from 0.08 EUR to 0.25 EUR per 1 kW.

The investor receives "green" Eurobonds from TLS Group.
Investor's equity participation is 49% (covered by 32.000.000 EUR).

Team or Management

Risks

Political risks
Weather conditions

Invention/Patent

patent 550731
patent 641592
patent 677043
patent 708465
patent 808850
patent 905942
patent 1115169
patent 1365253

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