ENcome signs more than 130 MWp of new Photovoltaic O&M contracts in Australia


Supported by rapid growth in its Australian O&M business, ENcome reports a continued growth in revenues and assets under management. In Australia alone, additional O&M contracts with a total capacity of more than 130 MWp have been signed. Further O&M contracts with a total capacity of up to 400 MW are under advanced negotiation. The group`s total assets under management have increased to over 1.2 GWp.

“The rapid growth of our Australian O&M-Business confirms our value proposition to the benefit of our customers,” says Andreas Leimbach, Managing Director of ENcome Group. “Many of our business partners particularly appreciate our set-up as an independent and focused PV service provider that offers both, engineering and advisory services as well as O&M. Following our “design to operate” approach, we can support our clients from the engineering phase through construction and the entire operational phase of utility-scale PV power plants”, adds Robin Hirschl, Managing Director of ENcome Group.  

Until now, the Australian PV market amounts to a total installed capacity of c. 7 GWp. So far, the majority of power plants has been realized in the roof-top segment.  However, this year, a growth of more than 3 GWp can be expected in the utility-scale segment, in which ENcome mainly focuses. The company expects further strong growth in that segment in the next years and has positioned itself accordingly. Their 24/7 monitoring and control centre as well as dedicated O&M and Engineering teams in Australia allow for fast response times and continuously high service quality.

About ENcome:

The ENcome group is a pan-European leading and independent provider for the operation of photovoltaic power plants with focus on technical Operation and Maintenance (O&M), technical Asset Management (TAM), as well as Engineering & Advisory services. At present ENcome operates power plants with a nominal capacity of over one Gigawatt in all major European markets and Australia.