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January 13, 2022

Matrix Renewables to acquire 440MW solar project portfolio

The portfolio comprises five solar assets located in Spain and Italy.

Spanish energy platform Matrix Renewables, backed by global alternative asset manager TPG, has signed an agreement to purchase a 440MW solar portfolio in Spain and Italy.

The portfolio comprises five solar assets, with around 400MW of the solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity located in Spain and the remaining 40MW in Italy.

The financial details of the transaction have not been disclosed.

Construction works on the first phase of these projects are expected to begin this year.

Matrix Renewables mergers and acquisitions (M&A) head Iñigo Asensio said: “With this new agreement, we continue to grow our business in Spain and Italy, allowing us to build upon our existing geographical diversification.

“Last year, Matrix became a prominent player in the renewable energy sector, growing our portfolio to more than 3.5GW across Europe, the US and Latin America.

“We will continue to further explore additional opportunities in these geographies this year as we continue to expand globally.”

The partnership comes after Matrix Renewables entered the Italian renewable energy segment last September by partnering with Horus Green Energy Investment.

The two companies agreed to co-develop around 420MW of solar power capacity in Sicily and Lazio.

In November, Matrix Renewables increased its presence in the country by acquiring a 91MW solar portfolio from Solaer.

With its latest deal, the company aims to bolster its position in the European renewable energy market.

Matrix Renewables said that last year, it increased its total footprint by 1.3GW in brownfield projects and 600MW in greenfield projects in the US, Italy, Portugal, Chile and Colombia.

Last February, the company signed an agreement with Rolwind to develop 1GW worth of renewable projects.

Matrix agreed to initially invest in 150MW across three solar PV assets in Huelva province, which are understood to have the potential for co-located energy storage development.

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