Voltalia Acquires 55% in Dutch 60MW Solar Park
- Voltalia SA, the French renewable power producer, acquires a 55% stake in a 60-MW solar park in the Netherlands. Commissioned in March 2022, the Mosselbanken project is estimated to reduce 17,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide annually. Voltalia strengthens their Dutch presence with local offices in Amsterdam and Groningen.
Voltalia SA, a French renewable power producer, has acquired a 55% stake in a 60-MW solar park in the Netherlands. The Mosselbanken project, located at the industrial port of Terneuzen, was launched by Zonnepark Mosselbanken Terneuzen and built by German engineering, procurement and construction firm Pfalzsolar GmbH. The plant was commissioned in March 2022 and has an estimated annual output of 17,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions. Voltalia has been operating in the Netherlands since 2019 and has local offices in Amsterdam and Groningen. CEO Sebastien Clerc said the investment strengthens Voltalia's position as a service provider in the Dutch renewable energy market.
What Strengthens Voltalia's Position in Dutch Renewables?
- Voltalia’s portfolio of projects in the Netherlands includes over 600 MW of onshore and offshore wind, solar, biomass and hydro power.
- Voltalia was the first to create an energy storage system in the Netherlands with 8 megawatt-hours of energy capacity.
- Voltalia has been awarded contracts for the Rotterdam Offshore Wind Farm, the largest offshore wind project in the Netherlands, and has committed to providing renewable energy to over one million households in the Netherlands by 2021.
- Voltalia has established itself as a major player in the Dutch renewable energy market through its wide range of products and services, which include end-to-end solutions for renewable energy projects.
- Voltalia has partnered with several utility companies in the Netherlands to provide services such as energy storage, grid balancing, and energy trading.
- Voltalia is exploring opportunities to expand its presence in the Dutch market by collaborating with local partners to develop new renewable energy projects.