The thing in the United States should look different. Here are annual growth rates of 46 Percent expected. The growth opportunities for German renewable energy according to the will of Google, 2030 cover all power needs in the United States. Bold plans may be, perhaps too bold, but Google can follow actions. The company invested $ 700 million alone 2011 already in green energy. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from medical billing. $ 280 million serve in support of SolarCity.
The company bills itself as the leading in the United States full service company provides private homeowners, businesses, and government organizations with solar systems. But in the US market is not only a place for U.S. investors. The German company Siemens has secured recently, for example, a 16-percent stake at Semprius US solar company. Other German investors decide Meanwhile just between New Jersey and St. Petersburg, Florida as the site of a large solar plant. It is expected to produce electricity for resale. For the plant, an area of about 303.510 m is expected to be m up to over one million square feet (75-250 acres) are used.
Investors expect that caused by the plant 100 jobs in the United States. The U.S. solar market has room for small as great entrepreneur many a German in the United States so far inaktiver entrepreneur from the solar industry should even think, whether a U.S. subsidiary for him could make sense”, says Max Karagoz company ALTON LLC ALTON LLC has successfully worked for several years as a supporter of German entrepreneurs in the United States. The bandwidth of the entrepreneurs supported by ALTON ranges from software experts on helicopter service provider to the International Auto trade. The company’s founder ALTON helps to establish a limited liability company (LLC) or a corporation in the United States. The company acquires all formalities and offers for this purpose after matching homes or help in the search for qualified employees accompanying services such as search. Max Karagoz sees certainly also opportunities for German emigrants from the in the US solar market Crafts, specializing in photovoltaic installations. Also for such entrepreneurs the United States could become what so many like to associate with them: a country of (almost) unlimited possibilities!