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Boosting Renewable Energy in the UK

Mapt.ODL is taking an innovative approach to delivering renewable energy infrastructure projects across the UK.

Our multitude of partners have over 80 years’ of combined experience in the property development sector and 35 years’ experience in the renewable energy sector.

We now hold £2.5 billion of pipeline renewable energy projects in the UK.

250 MW solar parks
Biomass & liquid silica
30 MW solar to hydrogen
Renewables to Blockchain

Investing in renewable energy in Switzerland

Mapt.ODL is investing in Switzerland’s renewable energy infrastructure.

Following COP26, the emphasis on providing green energy has become more prevalent and this project will put both Mapt. and any lender on the Renewable Energy map.

We want to be the driving force behind a project which will completely revolutionise the way energy is delivered to an entire country. More information on this project will be provided in due course. 

What is the current situation in Switzerland in regards to energy?

After years of long and exhaustive treaty discussions with the EU and Switzerland on an overarching treaty agreement, Switzerland scrapped the treaty in May 2021 and some 120 Bilateral agreements in place since 1972, are now in jeopardy.

Energy supply from the EU to Switzerland is but one of the major concerns that now face the country as EU grid access is now not guaranteed.

A unique situation has been created from this energy supply threat. The Swiss government has activated an Emergency Energy Supply Act due to foreseeable major supply disruptions, which enables the acceleration and initiation of independent energy supply to be given priority. Without this action plan, blackouts across all areas of Switzerland will be highly probable in the immediate future.

Government estimates suggest that if this worst-case scenario comes to pass, the situation would become critical by March at the latest, and domestic electricity demand could then no longer be guaranteed for 47 hours.

Under an extreme assumption, the supply could be interrupted for up to 500 hours at a cost of CHF 166.6 million per hour. A potential of CHF 83.3 billion in losses to Switzerland. By 2025, there would be energy blackouts in Switzerland that would have a catastrophic effect.

Our native currency, XMP, will be offered as a payment method to all 5.1 million residents of Switzerland. Utilising XMP will offer a discount to residents and in turn globally create further use for XMP and further scarcity, which will reflect in its ongoing value.