Sonnedix buys 300MW UK solar from Lightsource bp
- The 5 projects are expected to become operational in 2024
Sonnedix has gotten a 300MW solar portfolio making up 5 UK projects from Lightsource bp.
The assets are expected to become operational in 2024 and will enable Sonnedix to "significantly scale up" it existence in the UK market, acting as a hub to sustain its global as well as European existence.
Through the procurement, the developer's UK project capacity will reach around 500MW as well as there are plans to further rise this operational visibility in the nation, it claimed.
It contributes to a 5GW worldwide growth pipe overseen by Sonnedix across Chile, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Poland, Spain, the US and UK.
Sonnedix president Axel Thiemann stated: "Similar to us, Lightsource bp shares the exact same values and also commitment to building a brighter future by providing sustainable renewable remedies for the communities we influence.
" This will assist us deepen our connections as partners, and better expand our footprint in the neighborhood market where we have been present for time to push the energy shift forward."
Lightsource bp EMEA and also APAC chief Kareen Boutonnat included: "Solar projects, are crucial for a protected, low-cost and also lower carbon energy system.
" Among our key toughness at Lightsource bp is as an enabler of the energy change by deploying our solar growth experience and capability to sustain growing portfolios of renewables across the globe.
" The sale of these assets to Sonnedix demonstrates our strong credentials as a relied on development partner, and purchases such as this will certainly catalyse the fast deployment of renewables as services work in partnership to produce a much more sustainable energy future."
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