Romania's Simtel acquires company developing PV park in Bihor

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Simtel Team, a Romanian engineering and technology company, announced the complete takeover of Oasis Green Energy 3, a project company developing a photovoltaic park in Salonta, Bihor County. The company estimates that the project will be fully completed within six months. 

"The takeover of the project company in Salonta is part of Simtel's long-term strategy of developing its portfolio of photovoltaic parks to produce and sell electricity. This investment expands our production capacity, diversifies our energy portfolio, and reflects our vision to play a key role in Romania's transition to a green economy. We will continue identifying such opportunities and projects to bring to our portfolio, with the main objective being to diversify the group's sources of revenue and provide a stable cash flow. These elements contribute to our robust business model that generates a solid financial situation for Simtel," stated Mihai Tudor, CEO and executive member of the Board of Directors of Simtel Team.

Through the transaction, Simtel will take over a ready-to-build project with a planned installed capacity of 5.35 MWp DC (peak power at panel level). The project covers an area of approximately 70,000 square meters and has all the necessary permits to start its implementation. 

The Salonta Park will generate approximately 6.5 GWh annually and reduce carbon dioxide emissions in the atmosphere by approximately 4,000 tons annually. The transaction was financed from the company's sources.

Simtel is diversifying its revenue sources by expanding its portfolio in the renewable energy sector, thus highlighting the company's resilience and adaptability amid market changes while contributing to environmental sustainability. Currently, Simtel owns six such parks, in various stages of implementation, in Plesoiu, where the first phase of the project was completed in August 2023, Anina, Ianca, Giurgiu, Mangalia, and Salonta. At the time of completion of the works for all the projects, the parks will have a total installed power of approximately 75 MWp DC. The parks will generate an annual production of approximately 100 GWh.

Simtel Team is a Romanian company founded in 2010 by three Romanian entrepreneurs - Iulian Nedea, Sergiu Bazarciuc, and Radu Vilau. The company operates in 3 fields of activity – as a solution integrator in telecommunications, renewable energy, and industrial automation. 

Green Forum  |  20 June, 2024 at 8:04 AM