- Bruc acquires 6 solar PV plants of Opdenergy totalling 384 MW
- The transfer of these new projects is part of a 2021 agreement under which Bruc Energy will acquire projects totalling 1.1 GW
- These projects are in addition to the 278 MW already with Bruc, which have been handed over in recent months
Spain based renewable energy group Bruc announced that it has acquired 6 new solar photovoltaic power generation plants from independent renewable energy producer Opdenergy, also from Spain. The capacity of the projects total to 384 MW. Last year, both the companies had agreed for the sale and purchase of 20 solar photovoltaic power generation plants totalling to 1,101 MW. These assets are part of the same commitment.
The currently acquired solar photovoltaic power plants are located in the provinces of Cádiz, Zaragoza, Teruel and Palencia, with a capacity of 116, 60, 114 and 94 MW, respectively.
Prior to this, the company had acquired 278 MW plants in the provinces of Seville, Soria and Zaragoza. Now, with this acquisition, Opdenergy has transferred a total of 662 MW to Bruc.
The remaining 439 MW that remains to be handed over to Bruc is progressing on schedule, said the company, and will be transferred according to the agreed timetable.
Bruc is one of the largest renewable energy groups in Spain and has as its shareholders the pension funds OPTrust and USS, and the businessman Juan Béjar. Today, Bruce owns 8.6 GW with access rights to the transmission grid. of which 1.1 GW are either operational or at an advanced stage of construction. Of the remaining 7.5 GW, the major part, 4.3 GW, have an environmental impact statement.