ROUND-UP: Cubico buys Portugal projects, Ensibo adopts QOS system, Bolivia’s 60MW plant



ensibo adopts QOS Energy’s O&M software to streamline management of 120MW PV portfolio

10 September: ensibo, a German-based solar O&M service provider, has chosen QOS Energy’s cloud analytics Qantum software to streamline the management of the 120MW solar PV portfolio under its care.

ensibo services solar PV plants ranging from 250kWp to 50MWp for renewable energy investors, asset managers and independent power producers. 

“QOS Energy’s management platform is a smart and flexible solution that offers the data acquisition, analytics, ticketing system, and reporting features,” said Melanie von Borstel, co-founder and operations director of ensibo.

Cubico to acquire three solar PV projects in Portugal

10 September: Renewable energy investment firm Cubico Sustainable Investments has entered into agreements to acquire three operational, fixed-tilt, ground-mounted solar PV projects in the Algarve, Portugal, totalling 29.4MW, from CEF Energia Ibérica B.V., a solar power plant company backed by Glennmont Partners.

The three solar PV projects to be acquired are Avalades (15.8MW), Ferreiras (6.8MW) and Sol Cativante V (6.8MW).

David Swindin, head of EMEA at Cubico said: “This is a unique acquisition for Cubico and adds to our growing portfolio of renewable energy assets with very strong contracted revenue profiles. These particular projects will help us to achieve scale in Portugal, leaving Cubico better placed for future opportunities in the market while increasing the capacity of our Iberian portfolio.”

Cubico’s team in Madrid will be responsible for managing the plants going forward and Voltalia will continue to provide full-scope O&M services. Following the acquisition, Cubico’s Iberian portfolio will comprise eight assets, with a total capacity of 209MW, across solar PV, solar thermal and wind technologies.

Bolivia launches 60MW PV project

9 September: Bolivia has launched a 60MW solar PV project, the country's largest on 180 hectares of land in Potosi.

The Uyuni project was built by a consortium including Emias and Elecnor. The country's other two large-scale solar plants stand at 5MW each.

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