Solarpack, Spanish multinational company that develops and builds PV plants, has closed the debt restructuring of 27.2 MW of 5 PV plants in Spain. The different agreements signed with the financial entities amounted to 94 million euros.
The five projects this process makes reference to are: Isla Mayor (8,4MWp) and Lebrija (3,8MWp), both in Seville, refinanced by Santander and the ICO; Guijo de Coria (6,2MWp) in Caceres, operation performed with the Banco Popular, and Llerena 1 (4,8MWp) and Llerena 2 (4,0MWp) in Badajoz, whose debt has been restructured through a pool of four banks: CaixaBank, Banc Sabadell, Banco Popular and the Banco Portugués de Investimento (BPI).
Solarpack is committed to its expansion to new markets in Latin America and in the Asia – Pacific region, executing photovoltaic projects orientated both at power consumption of populations as the electric supply for large companies.
The company, pioneer in the countries sector, has 6 projects in Spain with a total installed power of 34.6 MWp.
Currently Solarpack manages a pipeline of projects of 1304 MW distributed among, Chile, India, Uruguay, Panama and South Africa. The company has commissioned and managed 34.6 MWp on 5 sites in Spain and 37 MWp in Chile and 62 MWp in Peru.