ENcome sets another important milestone in the expansion of its business activities in the U.K. with the detailed design of two subsidy-free photovoltaic projects in Strensham (40 MWp) and Llanwern (75 MWp). The client, Bouygues Energies & Services UK, with whom ENcome has historically been able to successfully realize numerous PV projects in a trustful cooperation, will start constructing the PV plants very soon.
“England and the whole of the United Kingdom is one of the most important markets for ENcome, both for technical management and technical engineering services,” said Christopher Berger, head of commercial operations at ENcome Group. “The contract awarded by Bouygues once again demonstrates our customer’s confidence in our extensive expertise in the photovoltaic sector, which is – in view of the ongoing high pace in the expansion of renewable energies – in greater demand than ever before.”
After several planning orders for large scale plants with a total of 800 MWp of generation capacity in Australia, and a number of planning orders for up to 50 MWp, for example in Italy or Ireland, have already been successfully executed, the planning order in the U.K. once again confirms the wide expertise and high quality standards of the ENcome Group.
By expanding the integrated business model and thereby focusing on the areas of operations and maintenance (O&M) and technical consulting services within the engineering and advisory (E&A) unit, the ENcome Group bundles the knowledge from a broad range of services to cover the entire value chain of photovoltaic systems. With the help of experienced PV specialists, this knowledge is incorporated into the planning of new projects and represents the cross-sectoral design-to-operate approach with which ENcome is highlighting and further expanding its leading market position. The development of innovative and integrated solutions aims to optimize both the current performance and the lifespan of photovoltaic systems in almost all technical areas, which is not only convincing engineering, procurement and construction services providers such as Bouygues, but also investors and asset managers.