Wood Energy Fund
“Forest: energy” funds with attractive returns from sustainable wood energy cultivation. Investment in energy wood are always more rewarding because of rising energy prices. For this reason, ForestFinance, Europe’s largest provider of forest direct investments, decided on the distribution of energy wood-forest fund forest: to participate in energy III. The Fund invests in sustainable energy wood plantations in Germany and the Baltic States. ECOreporter.de, the strongest access information portal for sustainable investments, analysed the forest fund in his ECOanlagencheck and came to a positive conclusion: “investment can be counted in short rotational plantations operated as in this Fund according to requirements of the Federal Government and of NABU, the sustainable forms of investment. The Fund also by the fact that he acquired the land on which the field wood is grown opportunities”. An investment in the Fund is possible already from 2,500 euros. The detailed ECOanlagecheck as well as more funds and drawing documentation, see products/forest energy-iii /.
Wood energy is booming–more energy wood short rotational plantations are urgently needed: the Germans have used in the past few years of significantly more heat out of the forest. As the country people’s press service from a study of the University of Hamburg, the firewood consumption from 2007 to 2010 already rose by 30 percent. It emerges that native forests no longer can meet the demand for wood energy 2020. The importance of ecologically cultivated energy wood short rotational plantations enters Germany so immensely. The forest: Energy III funds has already begun with the tree planting on suitable areas. Thus can be expected already in a few years with the first proceeds from the sale of wood. The economic forecast is based on comprehensive analysis of all relevant factors such as soil and energy prices on conservative growth and price forecasts, as well as the already burgeoning energy wood by the commitment of also of great energy, to use more biomass from renewable raw materials.