Shell adquiere una plataforma de proyectos fotovoltaicos de Green Tie Capital en España
dic. 15, 2022
Shell New Energies Holding Europe BV (Shell) ha anunciado la adquisición de una plataforma de Green Tie Capital (GTC) consistente en diez proyectos de energía solar fotovoltaica en España, con un potencial para generar dos gigavatios de energía solar.
Óscar Fernández, Presidente de Shell España, señala que “La estrategia del grupo Shell es ser un actor líder en la transición energética, en los mercados en los que opera. Con esta adquisición buscamos, no sólo aumentar la cartera de activos de generación de energía renovable a corto plazo, sino también la capacidad de desarrollar mayor número de proyectos a futuro en nuestro país.”
“Estamos muy contentos de completar esta importante transacción y pasar nuestro testigo en estos proyectos a Shell” dijo Álvaro García Borbolla, CEO of GTC, “continuaremos invirtiendo en oportunidades basadas en la tecnología y el medio ambiente para aportar valor a nuestra sociedad”.
España es uno de los mayores mercados de energía solar de Europa, y este tipo de tecnología es la fuente renovable de más rápido crecimiento y menor coste disponible en la actualidad.
Aerial view of a Shell solar farm
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