Largest solar investment so far for RE Infrastructure Opportunities fund: 80 MWp and battery storage in Yorkshire

re:cap accompanies largest purchase so far of FP Lux Investments of a PV and battery storage project of BayWa r.e. 

Zug/ Kingston Upon Hull, 24rd January, 2023. FP Lux Investments acquires its largest solar project so far for the RE Infrastructure Opportunities fund. The facility in Scurf Dyke near Kingston Upon Hull consists of a solar farm with a capacity of 80 MWp and thus has the potential to supply nearly 22,000 British households with green energy. In addition, the plant is equipped with a battery storage system that allows part of the electricity produced to be delivered flexibly, regardless of the time of day. The project is being built by BayWa r.e. and is scheduled to go into operation before the end of 2023. The global developer of renewable energy infrastructure will also be responsible for the subsequent operation and management of the plant.


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