JUWI Offloads Two Solar Parks in Veneto, Italy

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JUWI Energie Rinnovabili S.r.l., the Italian subsidiary of the global project developer JUWI Group, has entered into agreements with A2A Group for the sale of two fully authorized solar PV parks in the Veneto region, with a combined capacity of 17.5 megawatts (MW). Developed by JUWI, both parks are set to commence construction in 2024. Once operational, these solar parks will collectively generate over 25 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of clean electricity annually, fulfilling the energy needs of approximately 9,000 households. Furthermore, the parks are expected to reduce natural gas consumption by about five million cubic meters per year, leading to a reduction of approximately 10,500 tons of CO2 emissions, contributing to a greener and more sustainable future.


“We are very pleased to have sold this portion of our green field development to A2A”, says Daniele Moriconi, Managing Director of JUWI Energie Rinnovabili. “The projects will give the renewable energy market in the country a further boost.”

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Italy continues to grapple with a backlog of over 15 GW of solar projects, some of which have remained stagnant for years. Nevertheless, there is now a promising trend in the wind and solar market as authorities, both at the local and national levels, are starting to approve more projects. This encouraging development serves as a positive signal to investors and stakeholders, indicating a potential resurgence in the renewable energy sector in the country.


JUWI is poised to maintain its significant presence in this resurging market. Moriconi, a representative from JUWI, highlighted the company’s robust pipeline of projects in Italy, amounting to over 500 MWp currently under permitting. JUWI’s comprehensive approach to project development, from inception to the final authorization process, grants them a unique perspective on the market. Their focus on precision, attention to detail, and unwavering dedication has been the foundation of their success.

In addition to project development, JUWI is expanding its EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) and O&M (Operations and Maintenance) businesses, including the revamping and repowering of existing solar plants. These endeavors are expected to play a crucial role in Italy’s pursuit of national renewable energy targets. With their diverse portfolio and commitment to excellence, JUWI remains at the forefront of the renewable energy sector, contributing to Italy’s transition to a greener and more sustainable energy future.

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