Leading renewable energy and infrastructure consultancy, Natural Power, has completed due diligence on behalf of Airvolution Energy (‘Airvolution’) for its commissioning of Kinegar Wind Farm in the Scottish Borders, making it the eighth renewable obligation certificate (ROC) and Feed in Tariff (FiT) due diligence project delivered for Airvolution.
Gary Freedman, Commercial Director at Airvolution, said: “The last few years of wind development has required the industry to act quickly and efficiently to meet demanding schedules, especially with the ROC deadline. Natural Power successfully provided timely due diligence services across eight of Airvolution’s eleven projects, which was essential in meeting the demanding timelines.”
In support of the transaction, Natural Power provided extensive due diligence services for both pre-construction and post construction phases covering the full scope. Natural Power has previously delivered due diligence services to Airvolution for Wythegill, East Youlstone, Potato Pot, Mossmorran, Middle Balbeggie, Airfield and Red Gap Moor onshore wind farms – collectively providing a total installed capacity of 50 MW.
Last month, Airvolution announced an exciting joint development partnership with the largest renewable energy generator in Europe, Statkraft. Through the partnership, Airvolution Clean Energy will source, develop and acquire more than 300MW of wind projects in the UK.
Find out more about Natural Power’s due diligence services, please visit https://www.naturalpower.com/our-services/due-diligence
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Established in the mid 1990s, Natural Power is a leading independent renewable energy and infrastructure consultancy employing 350 renewable energy experts worldwide. The company offers proactive and integrated consultancy, management and due diligence services, backed by an innovative product range, across the onshore wind, offshore wind, wave, tidal, renewable heat, solar pv and hydro sectors, whilst maintaining a strong outlook on other new and emerging renewable energy sectors globally.