Kenlov secures 378MW wind and solar projects in Greece

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Independent Power Producer Kenlov Renewable Energy (Kenlov) said it has 378MW pipeline of wind and solar development projects currently in the process of securing power production licenses in the Greece renewable energy market.

This development pipeline spans nine individual projects. Three of these – totalling 223MW – will be developed by Kenlov’s growing in-house team under the leadership of newly appointed Greece Country Manager Giannis Lazarou.

The remaining 155MW of projects were originated by an established renewable energy developer in Greece.

Last month, Kenlov’s development pipeline broke the 3GW mark with the sourcing of a fourth US solar development, the 300MW Rolling Sun project in Bushland, Texas, for the Kenlov Ashtrom Renewable Energy joint venture (KARE LLC).

Yehuda Halevy, COO, Kenlov Renewable Energy, said: “The progress we’ve made in Greece is testament to Kenlov’s ability to originate quality projects and engage with skilful local partners in a densely competitive landscape.”

Giannis Lazarou, Kenlov’s Greece Country Manager, said: “I joined the team at Kenlov to help establish a new IPP with a significant global portfolio. We’ve come a long way in a few short months and that bodes very well indeed for the future.”