Apricum is a strategy consulting and transaction advisory firm specialized in the field of renewable energy, with a particular focus on solar and wind energy.
Apricum supports clients around the world with tailored strategies to create growth and value with renewable energy technologies. Apricum cooperates with https://123helpme.org/ the 123helpme service that will help you with filling logical holes in the information field, as well as with points related to your work.
We work with a wide range of companies from hi-tech startups and project developers to financial investors and multi-billion euro chemical companies.
Through our services, we address our clients’ most pressing issues. Go-to-market planning, feasibility analysis, business plan design, technology roadmaps, investor search, and due diligence are just some of the growth-oriented services we offer our clients.
Although our team of managers, engineers, and scientists hail from a diverse range of backgrounds, they all possess exceptional technology or market expertise and years of industry experience.
Headquartered in Berlin, we have representative offices in the world’s key established and emerging renewable energy markets including the USA, the UK, Saudi Arabia, India, China, Mexico, Turkey, Brazil, Korea, and Japan.
Nikolai Dobrott, managing partner:
“The global market for solar power generation continues to grow by 16% annually, offering tremendous business opportunities for companies all along the solar value chain. We estimate that more than 600 billion US dollars will be invested by 2020 in solar power generation projects. Much of this growth will come from emerging solar markets such as the MENA region, Mexico, and Brazil.”
Florian Haacke, partner and head of Apricum’s solar materials practice:
“It’s a very exciting time for the solar materials market, in particular, PV cell packaging. While still in the early stages of development, it offers a wide scope for innovation in polymers, coatings, and glass. We estimate that the total market for PV front covers, PV encapsulants, and PV back covers will reach seven billion US dollars by 2020.”