EOS assisted NextEnergy in assessing the technical characteristics of the asset, performing Technical Due Diligence activities by means of both document checks and inspections and test campaigns performed on the sites.
November 10, 2017
NextEnergy Solar Fund Ltd – a leading investment fund in the solar energy sector – has announced the signing of a Sharing Purchase Agreement with Platina Energy Partners for the acquisition of the “Kairos” photovoltaic portfolio, with a total capacity of 34.5 MW. The portfolio consists of 8 ground-mounted plants, located in the regions of Campania and Puglia, and operational since 2011. With this acquisition, NextEnergy has investments in 58 PV plants across Europe, with a capacity of 539 MW and an investment value of more than £700 M.
EOS’s analysis was aimed at providing an overall investment feasibility estimate, through the verification of the compliance of the works with the authorization titles and the requirements for the maintenance of incentives, also by virtue of recent regulatory references. Technical monitoring, moreover, was conducted with the aim of determining the current state of the plants and components, identifying possible attention points and drawing a probabilistic scenario of producibility. Finally, technical-economic assumptions related to operating and management costs were identified for the proper structuring of the Base Case.