Voltalia has confirmed its acquisition of a 55% stake in the Mosselbanken solar plant, a 60-megawatt facility located in the Zeeland province of the Netherlands. Situated in the industrial port of Terneuzen, the Mosselbanken solar plant will enhance Voltalia's footprint in the Dutch renewable energy market. The project is underpinned by a 15-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), ensuring stable revenue streams.
Voltalia has been active in the Netherlands since 2019, primarily as a service provider engaged in the development, construction, operation, maintenance, and management of solar plants for third-party clients. The Mosselbanken solar plant represents Voltalia's inaugural foray into power generation in the Netherlands, contributing to the company's role as a service provider in the evolving Dutch renewable energy landscape. The plant is anticipated to prevent the emission of approximately 17,000 tons of CO2 annually.
Sébastien Clerc, CEO of Voltalia, underscored the strategic significance of the Mosselbanken solar plant, emphasizing its role in advancing Voltalia's service offerings and supporting carbon emission reduction objectives. The acquisition aligns with Voltalia's commitment to expanding its presence across the complete renewable energy value chain in the Dutch market.