CIP chooses possession supervisor for 477MW Texas solar
- Exus Management Partners chosen to take care of the Fighting Jays project near Houston
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has selected Exus Management Partners as possession manager for the 477MW Fighting Jays solar farm in the United States state of Texas.
Adhering to earlier tests of Exus' economic management services in 2021, CIP granted the asset management contract to the firm to capitalise on the its substantial transferable experience from managing wind farms, Exus said.
It will support CIP by leveraging its expertise to supply custom solar optimization as well as reporting tools.
Fighting Jays lies simply outside Houston and will certainly satisfy the demands of approximately 62,000 homes.
Exus partner and head of property management The United States and Canada Dhaval Bhalodia said: "Technical excellence and continuous innovation are critical for taking care of renewable energy profiles in the present environment.
" Investment techniques require to be based on an understanding of the truths of possession advancement as well as functional dangers.
" We're excited to proceed sustaining Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners in The United States And Canada with our leading property management and financial advising services."
CIP partner Mads Skovgaard Andersen stated: "CIP's brand-new Fighting Jays solar project in Texas is another essential milestone for CIP to help fulfill ERCOT's rising need for power, and big, well-managed solar farms will play an essential duty in attaining this.
" Exus' monetary and also asset management abilities for solar are extremely progressed, as well as we expect dealing with them to gain from their experience in the years to come."
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