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greentech successfully commissions 103 MWp PV portfolio in Schleswig-Holstein

Jun 10, 2024

Hamburg, 10th June 2024 – As a significant development for the growth of renewable energies in Schleswig-Holstein, three solar parks with a total capacity of over 100 MWp were symbolically put into operation last Thursday in the presence of a large group of stakeholders and political representatives. The plants in Nienbüttel (21.5 MWp), Agethorst (70.9 MWp) and Kohlenbek (10.3 MWp) in the district of Steinburg are the largest portfolio realised by photovoltaic specialist greentech to date and are now going into operation.

The financing bank for the projects with a total investment volume of around 70 million euros is DKB, the largest financier of renewable energy projects in Germany.

A fund for institutional investors advised by EB – Sustainable Investment Management GmbH (EB-SIM) has invested in the projects in Nienbüttel and Agethorst. EB-SIM is a subsidiary of Evangelische Bank and is one of the leading asset managers for sustainable investments with many years of experience in the field of renewable energies.

‘The successful realisation of this portfolio, which we developed ourselves, built in parts and pre-financed as a group, is a real milestone in greentech’s development as a fully integrated PV specialist. We are also pleased that we have been able to develop a trusting partnership with EB-SIM on the investor side. Through long-term asset management and technical operations management, we will contribute our expertise to optimise the assets and remain closely connected to the projects and our partners in the communities,’ says Felix von Buchwaldt, CIO of greentech.

Dr Bernhard Graeber, Managing Director and Head of Alternative Assets at EB-SIM, highlights the good cooperation with the greentech Group and is delighted about the commissioning of the parks: ‘The PV portfolio is a prime example of the regional energy transition. In total, the electricity generated by the plants in Nienbüttel and Agethorst can avoid around 40,000 tonnes of CO2 equivalents per year compared to the electricity mix in Germany and supply around 20,000 four-person households with electricity.”

greentech is developing various other projects in Schleswig-Holstein and other federal states. In May, for example, an planning consent was approved for the project Großenwiehe with around 46 MWp.

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