- Enertis acted as independent technical advisor during the Warranty Period and Final Acceptance of a portfolio of 9 solar PV plants located across the UK.
- These services have been carried out over the past two years to demonstrate completion and review the quality of the plants.
Enertis, a leading global consulting and engineering firm in the renewable energy and storage sectors, has acted as independent technical advisor to Cubico Sustainable Investments during the Warranty Period and for the Final Acceptance of the company’s 45.393 MW PV portfolio comprised of nine PV plants located across the UK.
Namely, Enertis has supported Cubico Sustainable Investments during key milestones such as the Intermediate Acceptance or the Final Acceptance of all plants. During that process, Enertis has reviewed the operational performance, validated the contractual performance ratio, evaluated the Functional Tests documents and performed on-site visual inspections. These services have been carried out over the past two years to demonstrate completion and review the quality of the plants.
The 9 solar parks, principally located in South West of England, are: Barton Close (4.6 MWp), Newlands (5 MWp), Bake Farms (5 MWp), Grantham (5 MWp), Overton (4 MWp), Wisbech (3 MWp), Southfield Farm (10 MWp), Kinblethmont (5 MWp) and New Mains of Guynd (5 MWp).
Paul Bowden, Cubico Head of Asset Management Northern Europe commented: “Working with Enertis in taking part of our UK solar portfolio through to Final Acceptance has been a pleasure, Enertis demonstrated a high level of technical expertise, knowledge and professionalism throughout the complete process”.
In the words of Gorka Oña, Enertis’ Head of EMEA: “At Enertis, we are proud to work together with companies like Cubico Sustainable Investments, a reference in the sector, and we are committed to continue contributing our knowledge in the solar PV industry to help the United Kingdom achieve the “Net-Zero” emissions target by 2050‘.
With these projects, Enertis continues to add references and track-record in the United Kingdom, a country in which it has been developing its activity since 2012 and in which it has a total of 2,5 GW of accumulated experience across 225+ renewable energy projects providing consulting, engineering and quality control services.