The partners aim to convey subsidy-free projects over the coming years, according to the former’s project director Thorvald Spanggaard
January 09, 2020. By News Bureau
European Energy and Armstrong Capital Management have announced that they have formed a joint venture to trail a 500MW UK solar and storage pipeline.
The partners aim to convey subsidy-free projects over the coming years, according to the former’s project director Thorvald Spanggaard.
“The UK has been a market that European Energy has been keen to re-enter for some time now,” he said.
“We are already working on developing our own portfolio of wind and solar sites, but have been looking for some time for local partners to help us to accelerate our development activities. In Armstrong we have found an established player with a strong pipeline of projects.”
Armstrong Chief Executive Steve Mahon said the outfit is delighted to have found a company with a track record of delivering renewables projects.
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