UK's Enviromena preps for construction of two solar parks in Italy

Solar system in southern Italy. Author: Richard Allaway. License: Creative Commons, Attribution 2.0 Generic.

August 17 (Renewables Now) - UK clean energy services company Enviromena is getting ready to start construction work on its first two solar projects in Italy early next year.

The company said in a statement on Tuesday that it has secured two multi-million-pound projects in the towns of Alliste and Collepasso, Lecce province, in the Apulia region. The solar duo has planning approvals and contracts in place, as well as an attractive 20-year tariff under the FER 1 Decree incentive.

Building works are expected to begin in January 2023 and to be finalised in the summer of that year. Together, the plants are seen to generate 4 GWh of electricity per year.

The two projects will form part of Enviromena’s pipeline of over 200 MWp across Italy and Sardinia.

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