AEGA currently owns 7MWp in Italy and are searching more investment opportunities within the Italian solar market.


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Montalto di Castro (Photo-Volt One S.r.l)

In Q3 2014 AEGA bought Montalto. The plant benefits from the feed-in tariffs granted by the Italian government, as defined in the decree from the Ministry of Economic Development known as Conto Energia 4. The power plant commenced commercial operation in August 2011. 

The plant is located in Lazio region. 

1,19 GWh yearly base case production


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Terni(DT S.r.l)

In Q2 2015 AEGA bought Terni. The plant benefits from the feed-in tariffs pursuant to Ministerial Decree February 19, 2007 and subsequent amendments (so called Second Conto Energia). The power plant commenced commercial operation in April 2011. 

The plant is located in Umbria region. 

1,32 GWh yearly base case production

 


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Narni (Collesanto S.r.l)

In Q2 2015 AEGA bought Narni. The plant benefits from the feed-in tariffs pursuant to Ministerial Decree February 19, 2007 and subsequent amendments (so called Second Conto Energia). The power plant commenced commercial operation in January 2011. 

The plant is located in Umbria region. 

1,39 GWh yearly base case production

 

 


Porchiano/Amelia (Collesanto S.r.l)

In Q2 2015 AEGA bought Porchiano. The plant benefits from the feed-in tariffs pursuant to Ministerial Decree February 19, 2007 and subsequent amendments (so called Second Conto Energia). The power plant commenced commercial operation in April 2011. 

The plant is located in Umbria region. 

1,39 GWh yearly base case production


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Magnacavallo (Jer-12 S.r.l)

In Q2 2015 AEGA bought Porchiano. The plant benefits from the feed-in tariffs pursuant to Ministerial Decree February 19, 2007 and subsequent amendments (so called Second Conto Energia). The power plant commenced commercial operation in April 2011. 

The plant is located in Lombardy region.

1,17 GWh yearly base case production


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Piano Mulino (Piano Mulino S.r.l)

In Q2 2016 Aega bought Piano Mulino. The plant benefits from the feed-in tariffs pursuant to Ministerial Decree February 19, 2007 and subsequent amendments (so called Second Conto Energia). The power plant commenced commercial operation in December 2009.

The plant is located in the municipality of Casoli in the Abruzzo region.

The solar park is ground mounted and has a production capacity of 999,58 kWp. Piano Mulino has a yearly base case production of 1.33GWh. 


Casale (Casale S.r.l)

In Q2 2017 Aega bought Casale. The plant benefits from the feed-in tariffs pursuant to Ministerial Decree February 19, 2007 and subsequent amendments (so called Second Conto Energia). The power plant commenced commercial operation in March 2011.

The plant is located in the municipality of Mercato Saraceno in the Emilia-Romagna region.

The solar park is ground mounted and has a production capacity of 993,00 kWp. Casale has a yearly base case production of 1.21 GWh.