Sonnedix acquires a 117.8MW RTB solar PV portfolio in Italy

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17 August, 2022

MILAN, Italy – Sonnedix, the global solar independent power producer (IPP), has completed the acquisition of a 117.8MW portfolio of solar PV plants in Italy, from Graziella Holding and other minority sellers. All plants in the portfolio are int the Ready-to-Build (RtB) stage.

The portfolio is comprised of two solar PV projects: Sonnedix Cagliari, of 69.5MW, and Sonnedix Nuoro, of 48.3MW, located both in Sardinia, Italy. The plants are expected to start operations by the second half of 2023 and the first half of 2024 and once built, they will benefit from a feed-in tariff from Gestore dei Servizi Energetici.

These projects will produce approximately 212,000 MWh a year of clean electricity, capable of powering over 80,000 homes and avoiding the emission of over 60,000 tons of CO2 per year.

“This acquisition demonstrates our long-term commitment to the Italian market”- said Axel Thiemann, CEO of Sonnedix – “and to pushing the energy transition forward. It’s a very exciting moment in the industry, and we have all intentions to become a true leader in this transition, expanding our presence in the country, and across other OECD markets”.

Sonnedix currently has a total capacity of over 1.6GW in Italy, of which 293MW correspond to plants in operations, and over 1.3GW in the development pipeline.

On this transaction, Sonnedix was advised by Norton Rose Fulbright as Legal Advisor and Stantec as Technical Advisor.



About Sonnedix

Sonnedix Power Holdings Limited (together with its subsidiaries, Sonnedix) is a global solar Independent Power Producer (IPP) with a proven track record in delivering high-performance cost competitive solar photovoltaic plants to the market. Sonnedix develops, builds, owns, and operates solar power plants globally, with a total capacity of over 7GW, including a development pipeline of more than 5GW.

Sonnedix continues to expand its global footprint across OECD countries, with over 400 solar plants in operations, as well as several hundred MW under construction or various development stages in Chile, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Poland, Spain, USA, and UK.