As an independent energy provider Polaris inspires people worldwide for energy transformation and provides them a meaningful transition to renewable energy. The company offers a product that consumers in all Germany not only 100% genuine green electricity, but also 100 percent genuine eco gas with direct aid connects. Each customer as active provides related his energy for the expansion of renewable energies in Europe and in developing countries. To 1.25 cents at current and 0.25 cents at the gas will be invested in new European eco-power plants sold per kilowatt hour. In addition, Polaris for each customer supports a family in Cambodia with the use of clean energy. The building is supported by micro biogas plants. This improves the quality of life both here and there. Green electricity as well as eco gas are certified by the TuV Nord; the Eco power supply carries beyond the green electricity label, quality label in the category of gold. Walt Disney usually is spot on.
Polaris is supported by well known and dedicated persons like the extreme climber Hans Kammerlander, the professional snowboarder David Benedek, Andreas protecting Berger of the Skate equipment maker IOU RAMPS and Jonas Imbery, founders of the music label GOMMA. about the project the project group of companies group combines wind expertise of various divisions under one roof. Since 1993, she is active on the market and is one of the wind energy actors of the first hour. Until today, the company is managed by its owners and employs 20 people. ow. Its business activity focuses on the planning, implementation and financing of wind energy projects.
From the citizen’s wind park to large-scale projects on the high seas were implemented until today, projects with a capacity of one gigawatt or approved. The project group of companies includes the Projekt GmbH (project), the project okovest GmbH (financing), the EAG Oldenburg energy AG (sustainable investments), as well as the two subsidiary Ekovest Polska Sp. Z o.o. in Po? chowo/Poland and Ecoprojeto Ltda. in Chapada, Brazil.