About Talayuela Solar

Talayuela Solar is destined to be one of Europe’s largest solar farms. At 300MWp, it will generate 600 million units of electricity per annum – that’s enough to power 150,000 homes (equivalent to the number of homes in the city of Badajoz). The project is 80% owned by Encavis AG and 20% owned by Solarcentury. Solarcentury will assume the commercial and technical management of the plant.

About Solarcentury

Solarcentury is one of the most respected solar companies in the world.
Founded in 1998, the company has been around since the early days of the industry and has been part of the evolution that has made solar electricity the mainstream energy source that it is today.

Solarcentury has put solar on a greater variety of sites than any other company in the industry, and won multiple awards for leadership and innovation. To date, the company has developed and built more than 1 GWp and has a pipeline of 2.4 GWp.

Solarcentury works end-to-end: developing, structuring finance, building and operating solar projects at commercial and utility scale. The company thereby works with partners to bring solar to their customers’ homes. Solarcentury is committed to making solar more accessible and attractive. Its customers benefit from our experience in terms of engineering quality, financial stability and sheer breadth of deployment.

Solarcentury is in business for a purpose: to make a meaningful difference in the fight against climate change through the widespread adoption of solar power.

As a big believer that solar can help change the world for the better, the company contributes 5% of its annual net profits to SolarAid; the charity founded by Solarcentury which aims to eradicate kerosene lamps from Africa.

Solarcentury operates internationally with European offices in the UK, the Netherlands, Spain, France, and Germany; Latin American offices in Panama, Mexico and Chile; and an African office in Kenya.

About Encavis Group

Encavis AG is one of the leading independent power producers (IPPs) in the field of renewable energy in Europe. The company acquires and operates solar power plants and (onshore) wind farms in Germany and in nine other European countries.

The total generation capacity of the Encavis Group currently sums up to around 1.9 gigawatts (GW). With its wind farms and solar parks, the company generates attractive financial returns, as well as very stable income irrespective of economic conditions.

Encavis AG also provides institutional investors with the benefit of its many years of experience and market knowledge in the field of renewable energies.

Within the Encavis Group, Encavis Asset Management AG specialises in the field of institutional investors. Encavis Technical Services GmbH is also the Encavis Group’s service unit for the technical management of solar parks.

Encavis AG is listed on the regulated market (Prime Standard) of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and on the regulated market of the Hamburg Stock Exchange (ISIN: DE0006095003 / WKN: 609500) and the SDAX of the German Stock Exchange.

You can find more information on the company at www.encavis.com