Sonnedix has acquired a 136MW solar portfolio in Spain, from Qualitas Energy, a global investment and management platform. The portfolio consists of 169 solar plants located across the country, which became operational between 2007 and 2014 and are under the Spanish regulatory regime. Sonnedix CEO Axel Thiemann said: “This acquisition demonstrates our capacity and dedication to powering the energy transition in the country – where we started our journey in 2009, and where today we have a total capacity of over 1.4GW – expanding our portfolio of projects and building relationships with partners like Qualitas Energy, who share our vision of a future where renewable energy leads, improving the lives of our communities.” Sonnedix’s global platform spans 10 countries and exceeds 8GW of total capacity.
In Spain, operational capacity stands at just over 770MW, with more than 850MW under construction or in various phases of development. Qualitas Energy recently announced the launch of its fifth flagship fund, Q-Energy V (QE V), with which it will primarily invest across Germany, the UK, Spain, Italy and Poland, targeting renewable energy assets in operation and under development. In November 2022, the vehicle held a first close of more than €1.1bn.
Credits: renews.biz [Image: Sonnedix]