- Sonnedix has announced buying 5 operating solar power projects from Glennmont Partners in northern France
- Together the operating solar projects constitute 55 MW, taking the company’s operating capacity in France to 244 MW
- Previously in December 2018, Sonnedix acquired 41 MW project BayWa in France along with Allianz Renewable Energy Fund II
Independent solar power producer Sonnedix has purchased 5 solar power plants in northern France with a total capacity of 55 MW. Acquired from London based clean energy infrastructure investment company Glennmont Partners, the 5 projects are all operational.
With this acquisition, Sonnedix has increased its operating solar power capacity in the country to 244 MW. Financial terms were not disclosed.
The projects are identified as 10.4 MW Batilly, 11.9 MW Douai, 10.6 MW Flins, 11.8 MW Maubeuge and 10.4 MW Sandouville solar projects.
“We’re delighted to exceed 200 MW operating capacity in France in 2019. Our focus on operational excellence ensures all assets are quickly and efficiently onboarded to our global platform, ” said Sonnedix CEO, Axel Thiemann. Adding, “The pace of growth in-country is being mirrored in our other Europe markets, as we actively seek to develop, build and acquire assets across our platform for the long term.”
This acquisition by Sonnedix comes on the heels of its 41 MW solar power plant purchase from BayWa in France’s Hourtin Commune, along with Allianz Renewable Energy Fund II (see 41 MW French PV Project Changes Hands).