Martifer Solar, a subsidiary of Martifer SGPS, has added 14 PV plants – rooftops and fix structures – in a total of 11.5 MW of new third party O&M contracts to its portfolio in Italy. The plants are located in Puglia, Lazio and Veneto, and are being supervised and provided O&M Services for the company Green Utility SpA.
Martifer Solar has been able to distinguish its O&M Service capabilities in Italy by leveraging a resourceful and qualified local O&M staff, the company´s high quality processes and systems integration, such as its awardwinning Operation Management System, and its global industry expertise.
Valerio Senatore, Branch Manager of Martifer Solar in Italy, said, “We are proud of this result, as this shows that our Clients rely on us, recognizing our ability as Global player in the PV business, supporting in full Financial Assets Manager needs. We are working hard to become the most reliable and trustworthy O&M provider”.
José María Guinea, O&M Director of Martifer Solar Europe, said, “ This is very important milestone for our company, with these new contracts with such important partner as Green Utility, we enhance our presence in Italy continuing in our sustainable growth in Europe”.
Henrique Rodrigues, CEO of Martifer Solar, said, “We are proud when Clients such as Green Utility rely on our O&M team these assets. It demonstrates the recognition of our strength and reliability as a global O&M Service provider.”
“We are focused to maximize the stable and predictable long-term returns on our renewable asset and we count on Martifer Solar, a reliable global O&M Service provider”, said Pietro Pacchione, COO of Green Utility.
With this recent achievement from the Italian team, Martifer Solar´s global O&M portfolio has grown to more than 600 MW of plants under supervision across Europe, Asia and the Americas. This portfolio comprises plants completed by third parties and built by Martifer Solar.
“We expect, with the experience we have gained through our track record as O&M Service Provider, to double the capacity of our O&M portfolio in the near future,” added Henrique Rodrigues.
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This post was prepared by Solar Thermal Magazine staff.