More than 100 investors took up the invitation to the first informational event. On the premises of the former Maggi plant in Winterthur, “The Valley”, there was sufficient space to hold the event with the necessary coronavirus distancing measures.
Investor presentation, 09 September 2021
Cyrill Hugi gave a sound and comprehensive presentation of the project and the progress made to date. He then addressed questions from the audience in detail. The engaging presentation and detailed responses to questions elicited both confidence and certainty.
During discussions at the drinks reception afterwards, investors appeared enthusiastic about the project and the progress made. The regular email updates were also widely appreciated. The positive feedback from many participants motivates us to regularly hold such informational events, to provide live information on the updated status of the project. The next meeting will be the General Assembly next year.
Many thanks at this point for the great interest and dedicated support.
Cyrill Hugi and the ENESPA Team
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ENESPA AG will generate positive cash flow starting with the first investment. By operating several facilities simultaneously, revenues increase disproportionately and, accordingly, so does the value of the company. There is great demand for this technology. 18 locations in Germany are interested in operating a facility at this time.
The business development fund of the Schwarze Pumpe Industrial Park is very interested in the ENESPA project. Following a thorough investigation, the responsible development bank declared the project eligible for funding. The project will be supported by the development bank once the approval process is completed. The approval process is in progress. (As of July 2020)
The aim is for the first 5,000 kg/day facility in the industrial park to be commissionedby the end of 2020. As soon as this facility is in reliable operation, ENESPA will build another ten facilities and then gradually expand to forty facilities. The ten facilities are expected to be fully operational by the end of 2021.