Hamburg, 6th April 2020: Just recently, Obton as one of the leading development and asset management companies in the PV industry acquired a 65MW project in Ganzlin, Germany. The site has been developed by the Australian-Chinese mounting structure and project development company Clenergy. The commissioning is scheduled for June 2020.
greentech has been involved early on during the planning and construction phase supporting Clenergy as Owner’s Engineer. The advisory services consist of design reviews, technical contract specifications, yield assessments and construction supervision. After completion, greentech will take over the full scope Operation & Maintenance of the site including monitoring, reporting, preventive and corrective maintenance to secure the projected yields for the project.
“We are very proud to share our experience and support this exciting project. With our engagement during the planning and construction phase we can contribute to a yield optimised design and ideal operational setup for our partner Obton.” (Jörn Carstensen, Managing Director at greentech)
“Obton significantly extends its PV portfolio in the German market with this project. We are convinced that greentech is an ideal partner to meet the operational demands of a large utility scale PV project such as Ganzlin.” (Anders Marcus, CEO at Obton)
“greentech’s O&M services are a great fit to the operational requirements on the one side and cost efficiency demands for an investment of this scale on the other side. Combining their technical advisory and O&M services allow a seamless transition from construction to operation phase and supports the overall quality goal of this asset.” (Daniel Ruoss, General Manager Clenergy Global Project Business)
Obton is an investment and management company specialised in renewable projects. Obton represents retail investors and manages a rapid growing PV-portfolio of more than 870 MW with an enterprise value of EUR 1,7 billion. The plants are primarily located in France, Italy, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands.
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