History

Scatec Solar aims to be a first mover in solar energy, actively seeking early entry into selected new markets offering attractive Investment opportunities. Since the establishment in 2001, Scatec Solar has acquired extensive knowledge and experience across the complete lifecycle of solar power plants.

Scatec Solar’s milestones:

2016

Commissioning of three solar plants totalling 43 MW in Jordan

   

2015

Commissioning of the 104 MW Red Hills solar plant in Utah, USA

   

2015

Successfully issued a NOK 500 million unsecured corporate green bond

   

2015

Awarded the Norwegian Industry’s Climate Prize 2015

   

2015

Completed construction of the Agua Fria plant in Honduras

   

2015

Started construction of solar power plants in Utah, Honduras and Jordan totaling 207 MW

   

2014

Listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange

   

2014

Start of construction of a 8.5 MW PV plant in Rwanda                                         Backlog of projects of 155 MW and pipeline of more than 730 MW globally  

   

2013

Start of construction of two phase 2 projects (40 MW + 75 MW) in South Africa, following grid connection of the first 75 MW project                       Market entry into Japan, the UK, Jordan and Rwanda

   

2012

Construction of the 75 MW PV plant Kalkbult in South Africa, the first to be awarded in Round I.
Awarded concession agreement for two more solar plants in South Africa (Linde 40 MW, Dreunberg 75 MW) in Round II of the REIPPP program

   

2011

Selected preferred bidder for the 75 MW Kalkbult project in South Africa Market entry into West Africa

   

2010

Market entry into South Africa, France and the US

   

2009

First installation in Czech Republic and Italy

   

2008 

Market entry and project development in Czech Republic and Italy

   

2001 - 2007

First large scaled roof tops (700 and 800 kWp)
Market entry into the roof top PV business
US-award “Best Renewable Project of the year”
3 x world record largest solar power plant (1.6 MW; 4 MW; 6.3 MW)