Falck Renewables and Eni complete today the strategic agreementfor the joint development of renewable energy projects in United States announced onDecember 20, 2019.
The agreement involves the creation of a venture owned 50% by Eni New Energy US Inc. (“ENEUS”) and 50% by Falck Renewables North America Inc. (“FRNA”) for the development,construction and financing of new solar photovoltaics, wind onshore and energy storageprojects.
Under the terms of the agreement, FRNA simultaneously sells ENE US 49% of its ownershipinterests in the plants currently in operation in the United States.
The venture1 will have shared governance and will be dedicated to develop at least 1 GW inprojects by the end of 2023. The sale to ENE US of 49% of FRNA’s existing assets pertains toa 112.5 MW portfolio.
The total value paid by ENE US to FRNA is approximately 71 million USD.
“This important agreement allows us to establish a platform for the development of projectsfrom renewable sources in an evolved and growing US market. Thanks to the deal completedtoday, we will be able to operate through a new company that combines our know-how inrenewable assets together with Eni’s technological and financial capabilities. The agreementallows to accelerate our growth in the US and help reach our goals of installed capacity andgreen energy generation”, commented Toni Volpe, CEO of Falck Renewables.
Falck Renewables S.p.A., listed on the Italian stock exchange in the STAR segment (“FKR.MI”) andincluded in the FTSE Italia Mid Cap Index, develops, designs, builds and manages power productionplants from renewable sources, with an installed capacity of 1,133 MW (1,096.5 MW according to theIFRS 11 reclassification) in the United Kingdom, Italy, United States, Spain, France, Norway and Sweden,using wind power, solar power, WtE and biomass technologies. The Group is a global player in therenewable energy technical advisory and asset management services business, through its wholly ownedsubsidiary Vector Cuatro, providing asset management services to clients accounting for approximately2,500 MW of installed capacity and with experience in more than 40 countries.