EuropeFeaturedRenewables

7C Solarparken buys Energiekontor’s Höttingen solar park

0

Energiekontor has sold the Höttingen solar park with a total output of around 8.3 MW to 7C Solarparken.

The solar park is located in the municipality of the same name in the Weissenburg-Gunzenhausen district of Central Franconia, around 40 km south of Nuremberg, and was commissioned on 18 December 2020.

The Höttingen solar park had successfully participated in the EEG tender and secured the relatively attractive remuneration of the tender date at that time.

This amount of electricity is mathematically sufficient to cover the needs of approximately 3,000 German households.

A novelty is the length of the financing term of the solar park. For the first time, financing was concluded for 23 years (instead of the usual 20 years).

“The sales process for the solar park was conducted in a partnership-based, professional and highly efficient manner. The development of solar parks is playing an increasingly important role for Energiekontor. In the current year alone, we have sold four solar parks. The prospects are very promising, as there are a large number of solar projects in our development pipeline.”

Peter Szabo, CEO of Energiekontor.

“With the purchase of the Höttingen solar park, we are increasing our IPP portfolio to 265 MWp. We chose this high-yield plant in Bavaria because it was planned by the renowned developer Energiekontor and uses highly efficient components (Longi modules, Huawei inverters).”

Steven De Proost, CEO of 7C Solarparken.
Anela Dokso

Enel Green Power completes two solar plants in Seville

Previous article

Vestas in new 52 MW order in Italy

Next article

You may also like

More in Europe

Comments

Comments are closed.