BayWa r.e. Articles
Further growth in Australian solar infrastructure
Renewable energy developer, wholesaler and energy solutions provider, BayWa r.e, has sold the 20MWp Hughenden solar plant to Australian infrastructure investment specialists, Lighthouse Infrastructure.
BayWa r.e.divests French wind farms
BayWa r.e. has sold Eole de Plan Fleury and Les Renardières wind farms to Innergex Renewable Energy , a developer, owner and operator of renewable energy projects, and Régime de rentes du Mouvement Desjardins, a Québec-based private pension plan. This follows the sale of the Montjean Theil-Rabier wind farm to the same partners last year and continues the successful relationship between the companies.
Bishopthorpe windfarm sold to renewable infrastructure fund
BayWa r.e. has sold its 16.4MW Bishopthorpe windfarm to the renewable infrastructure fund Greencoat UK Wind, managed by Greencoat Capital. The windfarm, located South of Grimsby, was originally acquired by BayWa r.e. following a competitive tender. Delivered to a strict timeline, there was significant interest in the sale. BayWa r.e’s new dedicated UK service business, BayWa r.e. Operation Services, is continuing to provide ongoing operatio...
Company continues investment in UK operation services
BayWa r.e. has opened new offices in Milton Keynes as part of a major programme of ongoing investment in the UK renewable energy operation services market. This follows the successful acquisition of Green Hedge Operational Services in December 2016, and complements ambitious ongoing investment in recruitment, internal systems and software. BayWa r.e. currently services over 700MW of large-scale solar and wind farms in the UK, and is exp...
Renewable energy market growth causes BayWa r.e. to expand
As it establishes four new registered businesses in Poland, France, the Netherlands and Thailand, BayWa r.e.’s international business expansion continues at pace. With a global footprint in over a dozen countries, this recent expansion is focused on increasing BayWa r.e.’s capacity and international market presence in the wholesale solar market. And is in response to growing success and confidence in the wider global renewable se...
BayWa r.e. acquires OneShore Energy
With retroactive effect from 1st April 2017, BayWa r.e. has taken over the business of OneShore Energy. The Berlin-based startup specialises in the analysis, planning and operation of solar-diesel hybrid plants. With this acquisition, BayWa r.e is further expanding its commitment to off-grid solutions.
Latest energy report results on display at Intersolar Europe
At this year's Intersolar Europe, taking place from 31st May to 2nd June 2017 in Munich, BayWa r.e. will again be present. This year the company invites visitors to stand A3.175, A3.180 to attend a wide-ranging lecture programme which will look at key issues driving the market, new product innovations and what the future has in store.
BayWa r.e. puts projects with output of 76MWp into operation in UK
BayWa r.e. has successfully connected seven solar farms to the grid in the UK. These plants achieve a total output of 76MWp and are situated in locations across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. BayWa r.e. has set up all of these turnkey plants within the last five months. The commissioning in March 2017 ensured accreditation of these projects for ROC 1.2 promotional programmes in England and Wales as well as for ROC 1.4 in Northern Irela...
Wind project success in renewable energy auctions
Projects totalling over 70MW in recent renewable energy auctions in Italy and Malaysia, have been secured by solar supplier company BayWa r.e.
Sale of solar farms is BayWa r.e’s largest single transaction
BayWa r.e. has sold three British solar farms to Allianz Renewable Energy Fund II („AREF II“) managed by Allianz Global Investors. This represents the largest single transaction to date for BayWa r.e.’s project business. Combined, the three solar farms have a total output of around 100MWp. BayWa r.e. has now successfully sold all of the solar projects which it completed in Great Britain in the spring of last year.
BayWa r.e. sells 12 MW wind farm in France
BayWa r.e. has sold the wind farm St Fraigne, some 140 kilometres North of Bordeaux, to FPCI Capenergie 3 fund managed by Omnes Capital. This follows the sale of the 8 MW St. Congard wind farm to Omnes Capital in August 2016. The wind farm with a total output of 12 MW consists of 6 Enercon wind turbines of type E82 with a hub height of 108 metres. In 2013, the wind turbines were equipped with "trailing edge serrations".
BayWa r.e. signs power purchase agreements for five solar parks
BayWa r.e. has been able to secure five power purchase agreements (PPAs) for solar parks in southern England and Wales. At the end of September, the company signed the long term PPAs, which allow for the sale of power generated for a period of 15 years.
BayWa r.e. sells 30 MW wind farm in the UK
BayWa r.e. has sold its 29.7 MW Fraisthorpe wind farm, situated near Bridlington. The site has been acquired by funds managed by the UK investment fund manager Octopus Investments, one of the UK’s largest investors in renewable energy. This is the fifth successful wind farm sale from the BayWa r.e. portfolio to take place in the UK to date. Upon acquiring the consented project in December 2014, BayWa r.e. assumed responsibility for procurem...
Customisable full service solutions presented at WindEnergy
As a company in the renewable energy sector, BayWa r.e. will be represented at the world's leading expo for wind power, with a stand at this year's WindEnergy Hamburg (Germany). From 27th to 30th September, the company will showcase its extensive portfolio of services for the wind energy sector at Stand 532 in Hall B7.
New wind farm now fully operational
Fraisthorpe Wind Farm in Bridlington, located 40 miles east of York, began full commercial operations in June 2016. The consented site owned by BayWa r.e. was bought from the previous developer back in December 2014. The development was then finalised and construction commenced in March 2015.