Greensolver and Infinergy have formed a joint venture which will operate under the name of Greensolver UK.
Greensolver UK will provide technical & commercial management services (TCM) to renewable energy asset owners in the British market. By combining Greensolver’s expertise in technical & commercial management of assets together with Infinergy's in-depth understanding of and extensive experience in the UK market, the joint venture will provide customers with the highest standard of services for wind & solar farms.
“When looking for a partner in the United Kingdom, Infinergy was a natural choice. We already operate 6 wind farms they developed, and experienced first-hand how professional they were and how well they understood the UK market dynamics. It was however important for us to keep our technical advisory services offer independent, hence this joint venture only concerns technical and commercial management of operational assets. Technical due diligence, construction project management and advisory services will continue to be performed by the Greensolver Ltd team independently.” Comments Guy Auger, CEO Greensolver.
“We are very excited for the agreement to take effect and are looking forward to future project development in the United Kingdom and abroad, as each of our company can capitalise on each other’s geographical presence.” Guy Auger adds.
Greensolver, who has 3 offices in Europe (Paris, London & Groningen), is looking thanks to this joint venture, to strengthen its position on the British market, now covering all the United Kingdom, from the South of England and London, up to North of Scotland.
“As a developer, it was very important for us to build up our knowledge of the operational side of things in order to develop new projects better. By partnering with Greensolver, not only are we able to capitalise on their expertise in technical & commercial management, but also on their range of innovative services for wind & solar assets (Greensolver Index, GreenBoost, Bladesolver) which meet real needs of the market in the United Kingdom” says Esbjorn Wilmar, CEO of Infinergy.