Kenlov Renewable Energy have joined the Greek clean energy market with a 378MW pipeline of wind and solar development projects, they are in the process of obtaining electricity production licences.
Nine projects are in the pipeline, three of which, totaling 223 MW, will be built by Kenlov’s expanding internal team under the direction of the national manager for Greece who was recently appointed, Giannis Lazarou.
The projects will also move forward thanks to a development service contract signed with Kenlov and originated by a reputable, unnamed renewable energy producer in Greece for the remaining 155MW.
Yehuda Halevy, Kenlov Renewable Energy’s chief operating officer, said “The rapid 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.”
“We congratulate Giannis and his team on setting the standard for the continued expansion of Kenlov’s pipeline in Europe and the US.”
Lazarou 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. Our ambition is to build out an operational portfolio in Greece of hundreds of megawatts in the coming years.”