Exus wins asset management job for 750 MW of solar in US

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May 11 (Renewables Now) - Exus Management Partners said today that it has been selected by Danish investor Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) to provide a full range of asset management services for 750 MW of solar projects in the US.

The agreement spans work on the Greasewood, Misae and Sage solar projects located in the states of Texas and Utah.

The contract is awarded for an initial term of five years, and will see Exus provide a scope of asset and financial management, operations and maintenance, and project management services, the firm said.

The latest assignment reunites Exus with CIP following the firm’s appointment as asset manager for the 477-MW Fighting Jays solar farm in Texas and the 700-MW Travers solar project in Alberta, Canada. It also represents the beginning of Exus’ relationship with IKEA store chain owner Ingka Group, which through its investment arm is part-owner of the Misae and Sage projects, Exus said.

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