Sonnedix completes financial close on Japanese solar farm

Sonnedix Japan has completed project financing for the 2.3 MW Sonnedix Tsu solar PV plant in Japan, led by The Daisan Bank, a local bank headquartered in the Mie prefecture.
Sonnedix completes financial close on Japanese solar farm
Tsu 2.3 MW solar farm, Japan. Courtesy of Sonnedix.

Sonnedix has just announced the completion, which was achieved on 30th November on behalf of the Sonnedix Group of companies.

The financing covers a 2.3MW ground-mounted operational solar PV plant acquired in September this year. The plant began operations in 2016.

“Transactions like this are testament to our long-term commitment to the optimisation of our assets and consolidate our role as a social citizen within the communities where we operate” said Axel Thiemann, CEO of Sonnedix. “I am very proud of our Sonnedix Japan team whose hard work and dedication enabled us to expand our platform in the country by 196 MW so far in 2020, despite the challenges faced during this year.”

Sonnedix Japan KK (Sonnedix Japan) currently manages on behalf of Sonnedix 252 MW of solar PV capacity in operation, with a further 338 MW in construction and under development.

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