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  • Market Report Office Space Germany: H2 2016 download

    White papers 4 October 2016

    Demand for German office real estate has been going strong for years. All major indicators such as rent levels and take-up reinforce the sector’s dynamics.

  • Market Report Wind: H1 2016 download

    White papers 19 May 2016

    As expected, wind energy in Germany continued its rapid growth in 2015. Growth was particularly strong in the offshore sector, where the completion of a number of large wind projects added a total of 3.3 GW in new capacity to the grid.

  • Market Report: Aviation H1 2016 download

    White papers 3 February 2016

    Continuous growth and oil prices at their lowest level since 2004 are creating an encouraging climate for the aviation sector.

  • Investments in Renewables: Survey of Institutional Investors 2015 download

    White papers 26 January 2016

    The fundamental importance of energy transition is becoming ever more evident. Only ambitious energy policy objectives and sustained global effort in implementing them will restrain multiple ill effects on the environment from fossil fuels.

  • Expertise: Aviation download

    White papers 26 November 2015

    Since 1968, the KGAL Group has been designing innovative finance solutions for real assets. Over the past 47 years, they have created an increasing number of interesting investment solutions for private and institutional investors and have thereby established themselves as an asset manager for long-term real capital investment.

  • Market Report: Office Space Germany 2Q15 download

    White papers 30 September 2015

    BERLIN 2.0: Office properties sought after as never before in Germany’s capital city...

  • KGAL Infrastructure - Market report H1 2015: Photovoltaics download

    White papers 31 March 2015

    Europe’s share in the photovoltaics market is continuing to shrink. Nevertheless, Germany is still one of the most significant photovoltaics markets in the world with a PV capacity of around 38 GW at the end of 2014.