Anesco’s European expansion continues with the launch of Anesco Germany
Anesco, a UK leader in the field of solar and storage, has powered into the German market with the launch of Anesco Germany and acquisition of renewables specialist, Aeos Energy.
Aeos Energy, based in Langenfeld, close to Düsseldorf, has been developing, constructing and operating solar and onshore wind projects in Germany since 2007. With a portfolio of 55 sites under operational management and a pipeline of development opportunities ahead, Aeos is well positioned to thrive in the expanding German market.
Building on both company’s strengths, Anesco Germany will offer a complete end-to-end solution for renewables investors; from site development, design and construction, to ongoing operation and maintenance services.
The new business will be headed up by Aeos’ founder and MD, Guido Fiebes, who boasts a career within the energy industry that spans almost 30 years. Working closely with Anesco’s senior management team, Guido will be responsible for growing Anesco’s German operations.
Commenting on the news, Guido Fiebes, MD, Anesco Germany, said: “I am delighted to be partnering with Anesco, whose technical expertise, scale and battery knowledge will help accelerate our growth at a critical time.”
Mark Futyan, Anesco CEO, commented: “We’re thrilled to announce Anesco’s entry into the German market and I look forward to working closely with Guido and the team.
“Germany is a really exciting market right now and we see many opportunities ahead, as the country looks to achieve its carbon reduction goals through the rapid deployment of renewables. Our strong track record at Anesco, combined with the established links and reputation of the team at Aeos Energy, puts us in a fantastic position to capitalise on this.
“We are also excited to pursue opportunities in new areas, such as wind, where Aeos Energy again has expertise.”
The new German subsidiary forms part of an ambitious European expansion programme, which will see Anesco targeting significant growth in the next three years, both in the UK and mainland Europe. It follows the opening of Anesco’s first subsidiary outside the UK, Anesco Netherlands, in March 2022.
Established in Reading, UK, in 2010, Anesco has constructed more than 130 solar farms and energy storage facilities to date, while its operations and maintenance team has more than 24,000 assets under management.
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