Israeli IPP Kenlov Renewable Energy reaches 3 gigawatt mark

Israeli independent power producer (IPP) Kenlov Renewable Energy »officially« launched on June 30 »after some time under the radar«. At the same time, the company reported that it has expanded its pipeline of projects over the past six months to three gigawatts (GW) of total capacity. Kenlov, headquartered in Tel Aviv, focuses on wind, photovoltaic and storage power plants in Europe and the United States. The project pipeline is currently divided into about 1.5 GW each in the U.S. and in Europe (Spain, Italy, Greece and Serbia).
The threshold of three gigawatts was reached with the 300-megawatt »Rolling Sun« solar project in Bushland (Texas), which is now Kenlov’s fifth major solar project in the United States. Construction is scheduled to begin in 2024, with commissioning in 2025. Kenlov entered the U.S. market at the end of 2021 through Kenlov Ashtrom Renewable Energy (KARE LLC), a joint venture with Israeli construction and real estate company Ashtrom Group.

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