Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

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What's with the name Digital Mango?

We see ourselves as a body which enables photovoltaic projects to grow out of stakeholder engagement, rather like flowers on a mango tree being pollenated and turning into ripe fruits - with the help of the bees and the sun!

What do you do that’s special?

Realising a large photovoltaic project is a challenging task, there are lots of steps that have to be undertaken, in the right order, before an installation team can begin their work. Planning applications, electrical and mechanical designs, asking for grid-connection permission, to name but a few. Digital Mango will do all the hard work to make sure that your project gets all the way to completion and beyond.

How do you earn your money?

Digital Mango are essentially a consultancy firm who charge their fees during the funding round of the projects which go ahead.

How do you allow stakeholders and community members to fund projects?

Investors create an account with our banking partner to whom they transfer their investment funds. They become a shareholder in the project. Once the funding target has been reached the project can go ahead. If the funding target is not reached the money is returned to the investors.

We want to favour local investors or another select group of people for the fundraising of our project, is this possible?

Yes, absolutely!

Do you offer crowdfunding for other types of renewable energy project?

As of 2021 there are many tens of thousands of roofs in the south of France which are missing PV arrays. For the time being we will be concentrating our efforts on that technology alone.

How long do projects take to come to fruition?

From a first meeting to a the first joules of energy being generated we would expect 18 months to 2 years of work to take place.

So don’t delay, contact us today!

If you have any additional questions that you would like answered please get in touch, we want your feedback!

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