Diverxia’s Renewable Energy Division has succesfully connected a new solar farm in Monmouthshire County (UK) to the national power grid.
Tump Solar Farm, with a total installed capacity of 4.99 MWp, is capable of generating sufficient clean energy to supply the consumption of 1.500 households. The Site has been developed taking into account the highest environmental and quality standards. Tump Solar Farm aims to add to the sustainability of utility-scale solar PV the integration of the grazing and the ecological balance in the area.
In addition to the connection, Diverxia has also announced the acquisition of Tump Solar Farm by an important international investor.
Paola Cásseres, Diverxia Business Manager, comments: “We are pleased to announce the successful sale on March 17th of our Photovoltaic Asset to an international investor specialized in renewable energy. The construction process of Tump Solar Farm has been very smoothly and for the next two years we will remain involved as Operations and Maintenance Supplier.”
Nowadays, and after more than 10 years of developing logistical, port and energy infrastructure projects, Diverxia is committed to an ambitious pipeline focused on Renewable Energy projects in European and Latin-American Markets.