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Obton amongst the 11 largest European solar asset owners
Danish investment company Obton sits 11th on the ranking of the biggest asset owners in the European solar business, according to a recent report from the industry magazine Solarplaza.
Record earnings yet again at Danish solar panel investor Obton Group
Increasing interest in sustainable investments, expansions on the European and Australian markets and an increase in the number of real estate projects have resulted in a pre-tax profit of EUR 19,5 million for Obton Group
Renewables: How the Dutch can meet its impossible targets
The Netherlands is undertaking the enormous task of transforming its energy system. Historically, the Dutch have relied heavily on their gas reserves, but with natural deposits dwindling, the country is looking to renewable energy to meet its energy demands. And as Obton’s CEO, Anders Marcus, explains, solar energy will play a key role.
Obton, Ambassador, King's Commissioner and Mayor inaugurate 14 MWp solarpark in the Netherlands
Once completed, the solar park will consist of 117.000 modules supplying electricity to nearly 3.000 households. The inauguration ceremony on the construction site marks the culmination of a dedicated effort from Obton and the collaborators involved.
Acquisition of independent power producer Coruscant serves as a catalyst for Obton’s growth ambitions for a further 100-200 MWp in France
Last week, Obton announced its acquisition of French independent power producer Coruscant. The deal involves the acquisition of 30 MWp solar projects in operation, while another 20 MWp are under construction. The acquisition is a key part of Obton’s growth strategy in France where the ambition is to expand the existing portfolio by 100-200 MWp in the coming years.
Obton acquires French independent power producer Coruscant specialized in solar development
Obton today announces a historic deal to acquire 100% ownership of the French IPP and solar developer Coruscant SA. The acquisition marks the single largest transaction in Obton’s history and comes as part of Obton’s strategy to continue its growth and build its position in the highly competitive market for solar energy in France.
Obton acquires co-ownership of Italian 50 MWp solar portfolio
The agreement makes Obton one of the 2 main shareholders in the solar PV-project, Copernico, which also includes Italian institutional investors. In addition to co-ownership of the solar PV-project, Obton shall also be a part of the project investment committee which holds the overall responsibility for the operation of the project’s PV-plants.