The four sites added to Better Energy's portfolio were built by Solarcentury and financed by Sparkasse Holstein. All are located on brownfield sites in Germany.
Two of the projects are entitled to tariffs from tender auctions, while the other two are built on reclaimed landfill sites and supply energy to the grid via a feed in tariff.
“We are delighted to have added extra capacity in Germany to our portfolio of PV plants,” said Mark Augustenborg Ødum, Managing Partner at Better Energy. “We will continue to add more sites in Denmark, Germany and the United Kingdom in the foreseeable future.”
Better Energy submitted winning bids at Denmark’s first solar tender back in December 2016.
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