New 70 MWp Alectris O&M contract in the UK

April 09, 2019


Alectris is proud to announce a new Solar Operation and Maintenance contract for NextEnergy Solar Fund (“NESF”), the largest listed solar infrastructure owner in Europe. Since March 1st, 2019 Alectris has engaged with NESF’s Investment Manager NextEnergy Capital to deliver maintenance and operational services in partnership with a UK subcontractor with more than 265 MWp under management. Services will be provided to a portfolio of ten solar farms with a total installed capacity of c.70 MWp, located in the South-West of England.

The services provided include plant monitoring and maintenance, technical and engineering support, preventative and corrective maintenance and use of continuous improvement methodology. Through Alectris’ own software ACTIS, it achieves maximum solar farm performance by optimizing operations, reporting and reducing costs.

Vassilis Papaeconomou, Managing Director of Alectris said:
“We are excited to be chosen by NextEnergy Solar Fund, one of the leading solar asset owners worldwide, to operate and maintain a portion of their portfolio in the UK. Our goal is to exceed the expectations of clients and maximize the performance of their assets, by providing an excellent service. We are very honoured to work with Next Energy Capital and look forward to working together in the future”.

About NextEnergy Solar Fund
NESF is an Investment Company listed on the main market of the London Stock Exchange with a market capitalisation of c. £790m (including £100m in Preference Shares).  It currently owns a total of 87 operating solar assets with an installed capacity of 694 MWp.  Its Investment Manager is the NextEnergy Capital Group.

About Alectris
Alectris delivers asset care innovation for the global solar industry. With our integrated suite of operations, maintenance and asset management services, award-winning software, ACTIS, and retrofit technologies, we empower owners with full control of their portfolios to realize worry-free, high performing solar assets.



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