Bruc Acquires 6 Solar PV Plants From Opdenergy
Bruc’s Acquisition Of 348 MW Solar Plants Is Part Of 1.1 GW Sales Commitment In Spain With Opdenergy,
Friday, 30 Dec 2022
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.
North America PV News Snippets
P&G Signs Up For 200 MW Engie Solar Project & More From DOI, Opdenergy, EDPR NA, Canadian Solar
Monday, 26 Sep 2022
Engie’s 200 MW solar project secured P&G as offtaker; DOI announces full operations of Blythe solar+ storage plant; Opdenergy’s PPA with Entergy Louisiana approved; EDPR NA constructing 240 MW solar park; Canadian Solar’s new energy storage offerings.
Opdenergy Raises €347 Million Debt Facility
Spain’s Opdenergy Gets BBVA & EIB Support; Gets Listed On Madrid Stock Exchange
Monday, 25 Jul 2022
Spanish renewables firm Opdenergy has secured financing worth €347 million from Spanish multinational Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA) and European Investment Bank (EIB) to support its solar PV portfolio of 605 MW in Spain.
Latin America PV News Snippets
Solek To Build 200 MW PV For BlackRock In Chile & More From Opdenergy, Galp
Tuesday, 15 Feb 2022
Solek Group enters a solar power deal with BlackRock in Chile for 200 MW; Opdenergy has energized 104 MW solar power plant in Chile; Galp CEO finds merit in Brazil’s solar and wind power market.
Over 1 GW Solar Power Projects Exchange Hands In Spain
Renewable Energy Producer Opdenergy Sells 20 Solar Projects with 1.04 GW Capacity To Asset Manager Bruc Energy In Spain To Raise Funds For 942 MW Backlog Pipeline In Spain & USA
Tuesday, 10 Aug 2021
Independent renewable energy producer Opdenergy of Spain has sold its stake in a solar power project portfolio of 20 facilities with a combined capacity of 1.044 GW in Spain for an undisclosed amount to renewable energy asset manager Bruc Energy.
BBVA Finances 725 MW PV of Opdenergy
Renewable Energy Firm Opdenergy Agrees with Spanish Bank BBVA On €500 Million Financing for 725 MW Solar Project Capacity In Spain
Wednesday, 28 Apr 2021
Spanish renewable energy firm Opdenergy has given Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA) the underwriting mandate for financing the development, construction and commissioning of its backlog project portfolio in Spain, with a total expected installed capacity of approximately 725 MW and worth close to €500 million.
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