Italy's Alerion Clean Power buys 3 solar plants in Romania
Italian renewable energy holding Alerion Clean Power said on Tuesday that it has acquired three companies that own as many photovoltaic (PV) plants currently under construction in Romania with a total installed capacity of approximately 14.3 MW (megawatt), according to Alerion.it.
This transaction is part of the collaboration agreement signed with PV Project RO in February, which envisages the construction of photovoltaic plants with a total installed capacity of approximately 200 MW in Romania by 2023.
Construction of the three acquired plants is expected to be completed by October, Alerion said in a press release. Alerion made the acquisition through its Romanian subsidiary Alerion Clean Power RO.
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