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    Targeting stable, growing yields over the life of the asset

    Bluefield's acquisition strategy is based upon close collaboration with a select group of solar energy construction and manufacturing specialists with whom Bluefield has established relationships.

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Company Strategy

Bluefield is focused on the growing number of investment opportunities emerging in energy infrastructure, such as solar PV, which have the potential to deliver stable yield and income.

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combined team track record
  • £7billion of renewable and conventional energy projects.
  • £500million solar energy transactions in both the UK and Europe
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    Pentylands

    The acquisition was agreed with German contractor Conergy in February, 2014, for a consideration of £21.2 million and an energy capacity of 19.2 MWp and was grid connected in the 1.6 ROC regime time frame.

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    Hall Farm

    The acquisition was agreed with Ikaros Solar in December for a consideration of £13 million and an energy capacity of 11.5 MWp and was grid connected in the 1.6 ROC regime time frame. Hanwha Solar One supplied the modules and Danfoss supplied the inverters. The Company owns 100% of the plant and was acquired on an all equity basis using the proceeds of the IPO.

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    North Beer

    Acquired from German contractor Parabel AG in October, 2013. The energy capacity is 6.8 MWp and was acquired for a consideration of £9.2 million. The plant was grid connected in March 2013 and qualified under the 2 ROC regime. Hareon supplied the panels for Northbeer and Refusol and Seimens supplied the inverters. The plant has a short term PPA with NEAS. The Company owns 100% of the plant and was acquired on an all equity basis using the proceeds of the IPO.

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Meet the Team

Bluefield is led by its managing partners, James Armstrong, Mike Rand and Giovanni Terranova, who founded the business in 2009 following their prior work together in European renewable energy.