Conergy announced it has finished seven solar power projects in the UK with a combined power generation capacity of 68 megawatts, PV Magazine reported. Construction began near the end of 2013 and concluded on schedule. Of the 68 MW, Conergy sold four solar farms to Primrose Solar Holdings with a total capacity of 39 MW. The company is expected to oversee maintenance at these plants.
"The British government's framework offers stability and high visibility, and has encouraged a scaling up of investment in solar farms," said Alexander Gorski, Conergy global chief operating officer and CEO for Europe. "This scale-up has driven a flight to quality from which Conergy is benefiting, with our fifteen years at the heart of the European solar industry."
Conergy plans to construct more than 200 MW of solar farms in the UK by the end of 2014, according to PV Magazine.
"Backed by Kawa Capital Management, Conergy is making great progress globally in scaling up our large ground-mounted projects business, right across the value chain, from development, design and build, through to operations and finance," Gorski said.