Encavis gets BayWa r.e. Dutch solar profile
- European independent power manufacturer (IPP) Encavis has actually gotten a profile of Dutch solar possessions with an integrated capability of 80MWp from renewables developer BayWa r.e
The profile of 7 properties, that includes a 21.8 MWp mount at Grongingen Airport Eelde as well as 2 floating PV projects at Tynaarlo as well as Sekdoorn, have actually been taken aboard by Encavis' property administration arm Encavis AM.
A total listing of possessions consisted of in the sale as well as their capabilities is as adheres to:
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The bargain stands for the very first time BayWa r.e. has actually transferred to offer developed solar properties in the Netherlands yet proceeds the developer's connection with Encavis having actually formerly offered the IPP European wind as well as solar projects.
Karsten Mieth, audio speaker of Encavis' monitoring board, claimed the offer was "specifically pleasing" in conclusion because of both the recurring partnership in between both events and also the continuous COVID-19 pandemic, which has placed significant stress on Europe's solar market.
BayWa r.e. on the other hand validated that more sales from its swimming pool of Dutch solar possessions are prepared for the coming months as well as Matthias Taft, board participant at BayWa AG, claimed the sale was more proof that the company's entryway to the Dutch solar market was "definitely the best point to do".
BayWa got a 70% risk in a 2GW pipe of solar projects in the Netherlands in March 2018, devoting to develop them out along with initial proprietor GroenLeven. The duo have actually been energetic in the marketplace since, with a certain eye for floating solar projects.
"Working with GroenLeven, we have a solid advancement pipe and also have actually expanded the group on the ground fivefold to handle our existence as well as tasks right here in the Netherlands. We anticipate this preliminary success to be matched as we head right into the 2nd fifty percent of 2020," Taft stated.
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