Capital raise Lessines/Silly

allready invested

2.750.000

of the 2.750.000 Euro

100%

General Assembly Eoly Cooperation

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wind turbines
1000
MWh/year
1000
fewer tonnes CO2/year
0
Cooperants
1000
Shares
Windpark Rebaix

Eoly Cooperative

Eoly Cooperative CV was founded in January 2016 and was recognized in April 2016 by the National Council for Cooperatives. This recognition guarantees that the respective companies operate in accordance with cooperative values and principles. Eoly Cooperative opens wind turbine projects to participation. Do you decide to co-invest? Then you are helping to make our country’s energy supply more sustainable. After obtaining the permits for a new wind turbine project, local residents can first buy a share from the Cooperative. Then the capital collection is opened to all other interested parties. The cooperative then invests the collected amount in a wind turbine. The link between Eoly Cooperative and Eoly Energy Eoly Energy provides the necessary studies, preparations and construction of the wind farms. In this way, the risk and previous financing of the development is carried by Eoly Energy. Once the permits are there, the construction of the wind farm starts. Eoly Cooperative then becomes the owner of a turbine.

The Benefits

Investing in a wind energy project makes more of a difference than you might think. Your decision convinces others to follow suit, thereby galvanising your entire neighbourhood. Together as a community, you are creating a cleaner, more ambitious and greener energy grid. As a local residents, you will be among the first to be given the chance to invest, as Eoly Cooperative always prioritises the residents from the municipality the project is located in.

Eoly Cooperative is the wind beneath your savings. As a shareholder, you will become the co-owner of a wind turbine and carry subsequent dividend rights. In recent years, the dividend has been at 5.5%.

While past performance is no guarantee of future results, Eoly Cooperative always aims for a return around 4%. Investing is another way of contributing towards a brighter, breezier future.

Eoly Cooperative is supported by Eoly Energy, who shoulder the risk of developing the wind turbines, having considerable expertise and resources in successfully developing projects like this. We only begin seeking capital investment once a project is fully ready for construction. Moreover, all profits or losses are shared equally between all turbines within a wind farm, meaning that you, as a co-owner, are faced with minimal risk.

As a member-owner, you are investing in a brighter future for everyone. You are contributing towards building a green, more sustainable energy landscape that everyone will benefit from. By supporting a local energy producer, you are helping society achieve its climate targets.

Board of Directors

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Piet Colruyt

Chairman

Jean

Jean de Leu de Cecil

Koen Baetens

Koen Baetens

Bart Vander Elst

Bart Vander Elst

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Robin Rys

Peter Debonte

Peter De Bonte

Halle

The wind farm in Halle features five wind turbines. The very first turbine, which has long since been dismantled, was erected back in 1999. Two new wind turbines were added in 2014, which were joined by another three in 2017 – one of which on behalf of Eoly Cooperative. This means that Halle is where Eoly Cooperative’s story began!

Rebaix

As of the start of the year 2021, Eoly’s wind farm in Rebaix has been officially up and running. The turbine behind this green electricity? A VESTAS V117-3.45MW with a height of 150 metres and a rotor diameter of 117 metres.

Shareholder information

2021

Minutes from Eoly Cooperative General Assembly

2021

Eoly Cooperative Annual Report

2021

Eoly Cooperative Amended By-laws

2021

Eoly Cooperative Internal Regulations

2021

information document capital raise Lessines Silly (in Dutch)

Learn more about our projects

Eoly Cooperative works closely with Eoly Energy for the construction and operation of wind turbines.

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