BayWa r.e. constructs 18.4 MWp solar power plant in England
BayWa r.e. renewable energy GmbH (BayWa r.e.) is currently constructing its second solar power plant in England, near Oxford. The total capacity of the plant will be 18.4 MWp.
The works are expected to be completed during October 2013 and the final plant is expected to generate 19.000 MWh annually, equivalent to supplying approximately 5.000 households with clean energy, and corresponding to CO2 saving of ca. 262.000 t.
BayWa r.e. has a total of almost 40 MWp currently under construction in the UK and a further 10 MWp are in the due to commence shortly. In addition the company plans to realize a similar volume of projects again during 2014 and as such is in parallel expanding its network of local project developers and service providers.
About BayWa r.e. renewable energy GmbH:
BayWa r.e. renewable energy GmbH, a 100% subsidiary of BayWa AG (Munich), is responsible for BayWa group’s renewable energy business. BayWa r.e. was founded in 2009 and acts as a holding company for various business interests in the areas of solar, wind energy, bio-energy and geothermal energy.
BayWa r.e.’s business activities range from project development and realisation to retail and consulting services. The company covers the entire spectrum of technical plant support services. If desired, it can also undertake the commercial and technical operations management of plants. The company has an international focus with its core markets in Europe and the USA.
BayWa AG, Munich, is a listed trading company operating on an international platform. Its main business sectors are agriculture, construction material and energy.