Global solar energy services provider Sun Edison has announced the closure of deals involving almost 100MW of PV power throughout Europe during this year’s second quarter.
The transactions include the sale of a 60MWp power plant in Bulgaria, a 13MWp portfolio of projects in Italy and a 25MWp power plant in Italy.
Carlos Domenech, president of SunEdison, said: “The transactions are a perfect example of SunEdison’s continued ability to structure and execute complex transactions, while aligning world class investors who recognise the growing role solar plays in fulfilling today’s energy needs worldwide.”
Pancho Pérez, the company’s general manager for EMEA, Latin America and North Asia, added: “With a solid pipeline of projects in Europe, Latin America and Middle East, we will expand our collaboration with our project partners in the future, and continue SunEdison’s growth worldwide.”
SunEdison is a subsidiary of MEMC Electronic Materials and develops, finances, installs and operates PV power plants. In 2011 the company interconnected 300MW of solar globally.