Our PV investments in numbers
Aquila Capital is a leading provider of alternative investments
Aquila Capital acquires four photovoltaics projects in Portugal
The projects are located in central and southern Portugal and will have an installed capacity of over 170 MWp.
Aquila Capital completes divestment of second photovoltaic project in Japan
Aquila Capital has completed the development of a PV project in Japan with an installed capacity of 38.4 MWp and has sold it to a local institutional investor.
Aquila Capital expands its photovoltaic portfolio with new investment in Japan
The photovoltaic park will have an installed capacity of 38.4 MWp once it is connected to the grid.
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Photovoltaics Investments by Aquila Capital
Attracted by stable and predictable cash flows and relatively low volatility, investors have continued to increase their target portfolio allocations to photovoltaic investments in recent years. In 2015, investments in photovoltaics rose by 12% and the majority of investors say they plan to increase their allocations to the asset class in the long term1. Increased demand for photovoltaics is leading to strong competition for assets. Specialist expertise and robust deal flow are strategic advantages in a complex and fast moving market.
With a dedicated team of international photovoltaic experts, an extensive track record, a solid operational infrastructure and strong fiduciary mentality, Aquila Capital is able to offer investors renewable infrastructure investment solutions that provide continuous access to high-quality assets.
Aquila Capital is one of the largest financial investors in the European photovoltaic market2 having completed renewable energy transactions worth more than EUR 1.3 billion and with a track record in photovoltaic investments of 505 MWp.
Prequin Investor Outlook: Alternative Assets H1 2015; Bloomberg New Energy Finance; Aquila Capital survey of European Investors, November 2015.
The “Top 70 overview of European solar PV portfolios” is provided by Solarplaza International BV (“Solarplaza”). Solarplaza assumes no responsibility for any errors or omissions in these materials. Solarplaza makes no commitment to update the information contained herein. The data used for this overview are as of May 31, 2015.www.solarassetmanagementeu.com