UK-based developer Enviromena Power Systems has sold another three solar PV developments to Blackfinch Energy, part of Blackfinch Group , under their existing partnership in the UK.
The transaction includes the 17.88 MWp Kiln Fields, 24.18 MWp Horsey Levels, and 11.8 MWp Cruxton Farm solar projects in Hampshire, Somerset, and Dorset, respectively.
Together, the projects will comprise over 100,000 monocrystalline bifacial solar modules, with an expected production capacity of over 61 GWh per annum — enough to power approximately 21,100 averaged-sized UK homes.
All three solar farms have been submitted to the UK Planning Inspectorate and Enviromena has already received planning permission for Horsey Levels.
With this transaction, Enviromena has now divested four UK solar PV projects to Blackfinch Energy, after the 25 MW Three Maids Hill solar farm in Hampshire, which Enviromena’s operations team is now successfully constructing.
“The sale of these three sites to Blackfinch represents another important milestone in Enviromena’s history because we have now sold four sites out of our current 600 MW UK solar and battery storage development pipeline,” commented Cabell Fisher, CEO of Enviromena.
“High-quality investors such as Blackfinch continue to prove the value of Enviromena’s developed sites and I am proud of our team who continues to successfully bring bankable renewable projects in the UK and other key European countries to market.”