Obton fund sells Australian solar PV projects to major instititionel investor in Japan

On behalf of the investor-owned fund 'Obton Impact', Obton A/S has successfully divested three Australian solar PV projects to the Japanese energy company Daiwa Energy & Infrastructure. 

These projects are being sold at the Ready-to-build stage, collectively boasting a production capacity of 18MWp.

The development of these projects has been a collaborative effort between Obton A/S and Canigue Australian Solar Energy Limited, a prominent global player in the solar energy sector.

Canigou is currently engaged in the construction phase of these solar projects for Daiwa Energy & Infrastructure.

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