SolarSea enables the use of the abundant space resources at sea, making large-scale PV available for a variety of purposes.

Aerial view of a rooftop and solarsea installation at Ozen Maadhoo Maldives

Coastal cities & islands

Swimsol offshore floating PV unlocks solar solar energy for space-challenged coastal cities and islands

Solarsea installation during a sunset in the Maldives

Offshore RE & Hydrogen

SolarSea can be used in offshore power plants or hydrogen generation


Charging stations for future marine EV’s can be created near floating solar plants at sea


Offshore fish and algal farms can tap into solar energy with SolarSea


Our business model occasionally offers opportunities for external investments into the growing asset base or the growth of Swimsol itself.

In addition to traditional “turnkey” sale of floating and conventional solar systems, Swimsol also offers a “zero investment” option to its clients. The solar system then is operated as a fixed asset in a project company for the duration of the respective power purchase agreement (PPA). The investment cost for these assets come from either equity of Swimsol, debt facilities from banks, crowdfunding, greentech funds, or from external equity investors, in exchange for a share of the attractive long-term cashflows generated by the solar system.

Potential investments start from EUR 250 for a participation in a crowdfunding campaign, up to USD 10 million investments for an equity share in a project company.

Considering the huge global demand for alternative energy sources, Swimsol is open for large-scale investments by a strategic partner to accelerate the current business plan. Potential investment volumes range from USD 10-150 million depending on the currently available investment opportunities.

If you are interested in one or more of these opportunities, you are invited to get in touch with our finance team via the contact form below.

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