Eni enters the Greek photovoltaic market and acquires Solar Konzept Greece

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Eni, through Eni gas e luce, which this year will become Plénitude, has acquired the Greek company Solar Konzept Greece (SKGR) from Solar Konzept International, majority-owned by Aquila Capital, an investment and development company. assets, based in Hamburg, Germany. SKGR has a development platform for photovoltaic power plants in Greece. SKGR’s portfolio includes a pipeline of projects at various stages of development, totaling approximately 800 MW. These projects form the basis for the further development of the country.

Eni gas e luce has been operating in the Greek retail energy market since 2000 and today has approximately 500,000 customers. The deal marks Eni’s entry into the Greek renewable power generation market and is part of its plan to grow renewable capacity as well as vertically integrated businesses in the retail power sector. This transaction is part of the company’s broader mission to become a leader in the production and sale of carbon-free products.

At the end of 2021, Eni gas e luce has a portfolio of 1.2 GW of renewable capacity in operation, with an installation target of more than 6 GW by 2025 and more than 15 GW by 2030.

About SKGR ENERGY

SKGR ENERGY was established in 2018 with the main and strategic objective of developing new photovoltaic projects throughout Greece, taking into account and evaluating developments in the Greek RES market.

SKGR ENERGY is a subsidiary of solar-konzept International. Over the years, the company has accumulated substantial knowledge on the technical and licensing characteristics of RES projects and, with the rich experience of its executives and associates, in the complex process of design, evaluation, licensing, construction and operation of power generation projects from RES. , has developed a significant pipeline of projects in the markets of Germany, the Netherlands and Italy.

Since its creation in 2003, solar-konzept has developed and built photovoltaic projects of more than 150 MWp, meeting the most demanding manufacturing specifications, offering quality and energy performance in line with the financial forecasts of the project.

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