CCE acquires ready-to-build PV project in the Netherlands


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CCE acquires ready-to-build PV project in the Netherlands

CCE The Netherlands, a wholly owned subsidiary of CCE Holding based in Vienna, is acquiring the 23.3 MW project Marknesse in the Dutch province of Flevoland. The project has all licences for operation and construction is scheduled to start before the summer. Commissioning is planned for the end of 2024, which will mark an important milestone for CCE in the Netherlands.

The energy transition in Europe is making measurable progress, thanks in part to the strong commitment of companies such as CCE and its subsidiaries. The Marknesse project in the province of Flevoland in the Netherlands, with a planned capacity of 23.3 megawatts, also strengthens the position of CCE The Netherlands. The investment underlines the company’s commitment to the region. With the Marknesse project, CCE The Netherlands is increasing its portfolio of operational plants to a total of 29.5 MW

‘The acquisition of the project in Marknesse is an important step for us and underlines our strategy to further expand our renewable energy portfolio in the Netherlands,’ says Cederik Engel, Managing Director of CCE The Netherlands. ‘We are happy to drive this project forward and make a positive contribution to sustainable energy generation in the Netherlands.’

CCE is also paying particular attention to the option of grid-relief measures: ‘In our projects, it is important for us to also consider future possibilities. In the Marknesse project, for example, we have a grid connection with sufficient capacity to be able to integrate additional battery storage later,’ explains Jörg Menyesch, Co-CEO of CCE Holding.

Martin Dürnberger, Co-CEO of CCE Holding: ‘Realising for future is the mission that is driving CCE on the path to the energy transition in Europe. The project in the Netherlands is another important milestone for us on our way to becoming a leading European independent power producer.’