Anesco protects O&M contracts for 148MW of Cubico and also GLIL-owned solar

Jul 21, 2021 06:00 PM ET
  • Anesco has been awarded 12 agreements by Cubico Sustainable Investments as well as GLIL Facilities to offer operations and also maintenance (O&M) for a jointly owned portfolio.
Anesco protects O&M contracts for 148MW of Cubico and also GLIL-owned solar
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Totalling 148MW of UK-wide solar, the portfolio is the solitary biggest Anesco has actually safeguarded for O&M solutions to day, with its maintenance order publication having expanded by practically 14% with the enhancement.

It will now be in charge of preserving ten solar farms in England and also two in Scotland, including a 32MW site in Suffolk and 2 sites in Kent with capacities of 50MW as well as 18MW.

Onboarding of the solar farms will take place in July as well as August, with the contract running for an initial five-year duration.

Anesco was named as the O&M operator adhering to a detailed tender procedure involving over 20 business.

Matt Harvey, Anesco O&M supervisor, stated that Anesco's sophisticated asset health analytics and anticipating insights that guarantee assets generate optimum investor returns was very important consider Cubico as well as GLIL selecting the company.

" It's wonderful acknowledgment for the strength of our solution offering and solid performance history, specifically in connection with our technique to health and wellness."

With the enhancement of the 12 brand-new sites, along with an additional 100MW from various other customers set to onboard this year, Anesco gets on track to have more than 1.3 GW of possessions under monitoring.

Previously this year, the company was gotten by a joint endeavor in between personal equity company Ara Partners and also technical as well as commercial services business Aksiom Provider Group, with this adhering to the firm broadening right into Ireland with 3 O&M contracts, one with Insight, one with Downing LLP and one with Blackfinch Energy.

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