- The subsidiary TerniEnergia Projects PTY Ltd will carry out the activities of the EPC with supply of panels and inverters and the O&M for € 147 million
- The effectiveness of the contracts is subject to financial closing between the final customer and the South African Government
- Updated the schedule of construction and consequently requested the access to the italian institution of Ordinary Earnings Supplement Fund for the human resources
- Update of Corporate Events Calendar, 2014: on August 7 the board of directors will be held for approval of the Half-yearly financial report as of 30/06/2014
TerniEnergia, a company active in the fields of renewable energy, energy efficiency and waste management, listed on the Star segment of the Italian Stock Exchange, as part of the process of internationalization of photovoltaic EPC business, has signed two definitive agreements for the EPC (engineering, procurement and construiction) and O&M (operation and maintenance) activities with a primary European utility for the construction in South Africa of two industrial size PV plants for the total power capacity of 148.5 MWp.
In particular, the contracts following the framework agreements communicated to the market on October 31, 2013, and concern the installation by TerniEnergia Projects PTY Ltd, a South African subsidiary of TerniEnergia, of two photovoltaic plants with “EPC Contract” (turnkey) with the supply of panels and inverters, respectively, in Paleisheuwel for an installed capacity of 82.5 MW and in Tom Burke for 66 MW, for a total consideration of approximately ZAR 2 billion, corresponding to the current exchange rate to approximately Euro 147 million.
The effectiveness of the two contracts is subject to the signing of the financial closing between the final customer company and the South African Government (Department of Energy). Because of this circumstance, the time schedule of the start of construction sites, previously announced opening within the month of August, 2014, is deferred to the date of the agreement that will be determined by the South African authorities. TerniEnergia, therefore, has taken immediate steps for the human resources management, requesting access to the italian institution of Ordinary Earnings Supplement Fund.
Pursuant to art. 2.6.2 of the Rules of Borsa Italian SpA, TerniEnergia announced that, in addition to what is stated in the Calendar of Corporate Events 2014 released last February 6, the Board of Directors for approval of the Half-yearly financial report as of 30/06/2014 will be held on August 7, 2014.