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31.08.18 11:36:29
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Published: 20:28 CEST 30-08-2018 /GlobeNewswire /Source: Scatec Solar ASA / : SSO /ISIN: NO0010715139

Scatec Solar ASA: Scatec Solar increases its ownership in three operating plants in South Africa

Oslo, August 30, 2018:

Scatec Solar increases its ownership share in Kalkbult, Linde and Dreunberg in South Africa from 39% to 45%. Scatec Solar and STANLIB Private Equity Infrastructure Fund 1, both existing shareholders, are purchasing all of Norfund's 21 % shares in the solar plant Kalkbult, and KLP Norfund's 16% shares in Linde and Dreunberg. Scatec Solar acquires 33% of the shares, and the South African infrastructure investment fund, STANLIB, acquires the balance of the shares. The total capacity of the plants is 190 MW.

"South Africa continues to be an important market for Scatec Solar and with the construction of the Upington plants we will have solid position with a production capacity of 448 MW in the country. This investment allows us to secure further solid returns from a well-performing asset portfolio and contributes to strengthening our portfolio approach to the South Africa market", says Raymond Carlsen, CEO of Scatec Solar.

The parties have agreed not to disclose the value of the transaction.

Final closing of the transaction is pending approval from the South African Competition Commission Authorities and is expected to take place during the fourth quarter 2018.
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04.07.18 12:48:12
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20.06.18 10:18:16
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.955.224 von R-BgO am 11.06.18 09:07:21
95 MUSD durch 117 MW = 81 US-cent pro Wp
Published: 08:00 CEST 19-06-2018 /GlobeNewswire /Source: Scatec Solar ASA / : SSO /ISIN: NO0010715139

Scatec Solar secures a 117 MW solar project in Argentina together with Equinor

Oslo, June 19, 2018:

Scatec Solar has together with Equinor signed an agreement with the Portuguese company Martifer Renewables for the acquisition of the 117 MW PV project Guanizuil IIA located in the Province of San Juan in the northwest of Argentina.

The project was awarded a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) in the RenovAR auction process held by CAMMESA, the Argentinian Wholesale Power Market Administrator, in November 2017.

The project company has a 20-year PPA with CAMMESA with a price of approximately 50 USD/MWh and is expected to produce about 308,000 MWh of electricity annually. Construction start is expected later in 2018 with the plant to be placed in commercial operation by the end of 2019.

"With this agreement we are securing our first project in the growing solar market in Argentina. We see several additional opportunities in the country based on excellent solar irradiation as well as government support for renewables," says Raymond Carlsen, CEO of Scatec Solar. "We are expanding our cooperation with Equinor to Argentina following the successful partnership in Brazil where the Apodi project was launched last year."

Argentina is targeting to further expand its RenovAR program. PPAs have already been awarded to renewable energy projects of more than 4 GW. Over the past 18 months, approximately 1.5 GW of solar projects have been awarded in two consecutive utility scale solar auctions. To reach the goal of having 20% of energy generated from renewable sources by 2025, the Argentinean government estimate that 10 GW of additional renewable capacity is needed.

Scatec Solar will on a 50/50 joint venture basis together with Equinor build, own and operate the power plant in San Juan. Total capital expenditure to realise the plant is estimated at USD 95 million and will be funded with 40% equity from Equinor and Scatec Solar (50% each), and 60% from a construction bridge loan provided by Equinor. When the plant is in operation the sponsors plan to secure suitable long-term project financing from a third party.
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14.06.18 09:30:55
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Published: 22:45 CEST 13-06-2018 /GlobeNewswire /Source: Scatec Solar ASA / : SSO /ISIN: NO0010715139

Scatec Solar ASA: Private placement successfully completed

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Oslo, 13 June 2018:

Reference is made to the stock exchange announcement release from Scatec Solar ASA ("SSO" or the "Company") published earlier today regarding the contemplated private placement of new shares in the Company.

The Company has raised NOK 600 million in gross proceeds through a private placement consisting of 10,000,000 new shares (the "New Shares") at a price of NOK 60 per share (the "Private Placement").

The Private Placement took place through an accelerated bookbuilding process after close of markets yesterday. The Private Placement attracted strong interest from both existing shareholders as well as new high quality institutional investors.

The net proceeds from the Private Placement will be used to accelerate growth, including near term equity investments in large scale solar projects, beyond the 1.1 GW currently under construction. The company is in the process of securing additional projects and is expecting to start construction of several of these later in 2018.

The Company believes it is well positioned for further profitable growth going forward, which forms the background for carrying out the Private Placement and strengthening its equity capital. The board of directors of the Company has considered different transaction alternatives and concluded that the Private Placement structure would best attend to the common interest of the Company and its shareholders. Taking into consideration inter alia limited discount, size of placement, utilisation of market conditions, pre-announced and broadly marketed placement, transaction risk, costs, as well as dilution effects, the board of directors has, after thorough assessments found that there are sufficient and objective grounds for setting aside existing shareholders pre-emptive rights to subscribe for shares.
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11.06.18 09:07:21
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Published: 08:29 CEST 11-06-2018 /GlobeNewswire /Source: Scatec Solar ASA / : SSO /ISIN: NO0010715139

Scatec Solar secures 83 MW in Ukraine

Oslo, June 11, 2018:

Scatec Solar has signed agreements securing two projects with capacity of 33 MW and 50 MW in the Cherkassy region of Ukraine.

The projects will be realized under the country's Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) scheme and the two plants are expected to produce about 106,000 MWh per year. Land will be leased for an extended time-period from the local municipalities and the plants are expected to deliver power also beyond the 10-year FiT period.

Total capex for the projects is estimated to EUR 85 million. The project finance process has been initiated with the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in lead. Financial close and construction start is expected later in 2018 with commercial operation during 2019.

"We are very enthusiastic about securing our first two projects in Ukraine to our backlog, and we see it as a first step to develop a larger portfolio of solar power plants in the country. Ukraine is actively working to change their energy mix and increase the share of power supplied from renewables. We are very pleased to once again partner with EBRD to promote renewables and open a new market for solar", says CEO Raymond Carlsen.

Scatec Solar will be the lead equity investor in the projects and is targeting to secure additional equity partners for the projects. Scatec Solar will be the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) provider and provide Operation & Maintenance as well as Asset Management services to the power plants.
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30.05.18 08:36:21
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.862.554 von R-BgO am 30.05.18 07:43:47
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30.05.18 07:43:47
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Published: 07:00 CEST 30-05-2018 /GlobeNewswire /Source: Scatec Solar ASA / : SSO /ISIN: NO0010715139

Scatec Solar Capital Markets Update: Accelerating growth - targeting 3.5 GW by end 2021

Oslo, 30 May 2018:

Scatec Solar ASA is today hosting a Capital Markets Update, where management presents its accelerated growth ambitions towards 2021.

The highlights are:

-Setting a new growth target of 2 GW, bringing total capacity above 3.5 GW by end 2021

-20-25 years annual cash flow from 3.5 GW of operating power plants is expected to reach NOK 750-850 million (15% post tax equity IRR)

-Development & Construction net contribution of NOK 2.0-2.5 billion (12-15% gross margin)


"This year, we deliver on our 1.5 GW growth target, and we now move forward with a target of more than doubling installed capacity by end 2021. Execution of the existing portfolio together with new growth - primarily through new large-scale PV opportunities - are the main building blocks of our growth plans", says Raymond Carlsen, CEO of Scatec Solar ASA.

He continues: "In addition, there are attractive opportunities for Scatec Solar within the market for corporate PPAs and hybrid solutions, as market develops and we are broadening our commercial and technological scope. As our business is rapidly expanding we also see opportunities to further enhance value of our asset portfolio through debt refinancing and asset rotation".

The Capital Markets Update event will be held at CET 09:30 - 12:30 at Oslo Konserthus, Munkedamsveien 14, Oslo. The program includes presentations by the executive management in Scatec Solar.
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10.04.18 08:50:22
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.475.985 von R-BgO am 06.04.18 00:43:03Published: 08:30 CEST 10-04-2018 /GlobeNewswire /Source: Scatec Solar ASA / : SSO /ISIN: NO0010715139

Scatec Solar reaches financial close for 258 MW in South Africa

Oslo, April 10, 2018:

Reference is made to stock exchange notice on April 5, 2018 where Scatec Solar signed power purchase agreements for 258 MW in Upington, South Africa.

Scatec Solar ASA (SSO) and partners have reached financial close for these projects involving a total investment of ZAR 4.76 billion. A consortium of commercial banks and DFIs with Standard Bank in the lead are providing non-recourse project finance of ZAR 3.68 billion, accounting for 77% of the total project cost.

Construction start is expected in the third quarter 2018 with grid connection towards the end of 2019. The plants are, on an annual basis, expected to produce 650 GWh of electricity and avoid about 550,000 tons of CO2 emissions. Revenues in the first year of operations are expected to reach ZAR 720 million. All contract terms are based on the original award in April 2015.

Scatec Solar will be the EPC provider for the projects and provide Operation & Maintenance as well as Asset Management services to the power plants.



=> 720/4.760 = 15,1% ist m.E. ziemlich gut;

wenn man mal holzschnittartig annimmt, dass der Kapitaldienst 10% (z.B. 5% Tilgung und 5% Zins) und die OpEx z.B. 3% beträgt, dann fließen 15,1%-3%-0,1*77% = 4,4% des Umsatzes p.a. zurück. Das wären dann 4,4/23 = 19% aufs EK
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06.04.18 00:43:03
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Published: 08:00 CEST 05-04-2018 /GlobeNewswire /Source: Scatec Solar ASA / : SSO /ISIN: NO0010715139

Scatec Solar signs Power Purchase Agreements for 258 MW in South Africa

Oslo, April 5, 2018:

Scatec Solar ASA (SSO) and partners last night signed all project documents and are shortly expected to achieve financial close for three solar PV plants in South Africa totaling 258 MW.

"South Africa continues to be an important market for Scatec Solar and we are very pleased to see that the renewables programme now is finally moving forward. We believe solar energy will continue to play an important role in the energy mix and provide strong support for economic growth in the country in the years to come", says Raymond Carlsen, CEO of Scatec Solar.

In April 2015, Scatec Solar was awarded preferred bidder status for the three projects in Upington in the fourth bidding round under the REIPPP (Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement) Programme in South Africa. Scatec Solar will build, own and operate the solar power plants with a 42% shareholding. KLP Norfund Investments will hold 18%, the surrounding Community of Upington 5% and a South African Black investor will hold the remaining 35% of the equity.

The three projects involve a total investment of ZAR 4.76 billion. A consortium of commercial banks and DFIs with Standard Bank in the lead are providing non-recourse project finance of ZAR 3.68 billion, accounting for 77% of the total project cost.

Construction start is expected in the third quarter of 2018 with grid connection towards the end of 2019. The plants are, on an annual basis, expected to produce 650 GWh of electricity and avoid about 550,000 tons of CO2 emissions. Revenues in the first year of operations are expected to reach ZAR 720 million. All contract terms are based on the original award in April 2015.

Scatec Solar will be the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) provider for the projects and provide Operation & Maintenance as well as Asset Management services to the power plants.

The 258 MW adds to Scatec Solar's large portfolio of projects that have reached financial close over the last six months now totaling 1,092 MW in South Africa, Egypt, Brazil, Malaysia, Honduras and Mozambique.

When the new power plants are in operation Scatec Solar will hold a diversified asset portfolio with a capacity of 1.4 GW. This portfolio is expected to generate 2,900 GWh of electricity per year with annual revenues of about NOK 2.7 billion - all supported by long term Power Purchase Agreements of 20-25 years. Scatec Solar's economic interest in the asset portfolio is 50%.

"With financial close reached for 1.1 GW of solar projects we have entered into construction contracts with a value of about NOK 8.5 billion that will be realized over the next 1-2 years. We are well prepared for this construction activity and we are now taking a big step forward as a leading emerging market focused solar power producer. On the back of our success, we continue to grow our project pipeline and we are pursuing a large number of attractive opportunities both in existing and new markets", says CEO Raymond Carlsen.
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07.03.18 08:28:36
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Published: 08:15 CET 06-03-2018 /GlobeNewswire /Source: Scatec Solar ASA / : SSO /ISIN: NO0010715139

Scatec Solar closes financing for Mozambique's first large scale solar plant

March 6, 2018:

Scatec Solar, KLP Norfund Investments and Electricidade de Mozambique (EDM) have closed debt financing and initiated construction of a 40 MW solar plant in Mozambique. The project debt financing is provided by IFC, the International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group, and the Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund.

This is the first large scale solar plant to be built in the country and represents an important step in realizing Mozambique's ambition to increase renewable power generation in its energy mix.

The partners signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for the solar plant in October 2016. The PPA secures the sale of power from the plant over a 25-year period to the state-owned utility Electricidade de Mozambique (EDM).

The 40 MW plant is located close to the city of Mocuba in the Zambézia Province, and is expected to deliver 79,000 MWh per year of much needed electricity to the northern regions of Mozambique. The plant will deliver power to the national grid and produce enough energy to serve about 175,000 households.

The project costs are estimated at US$ 76 million, funded through equity of US$ 14 million, a grant of US$ 7million and project debt of US$ 55 million. Equity partners are Scatec Solar (52.5%), KLP Norfund Investments (22.5%) and EDM (25%). Scatec Solar will deliver Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) services, as well as Operation and Maintenance (O&M) and Asset Management services to the power plant.

IFC provided project debt of US$ 19 million on its own account together with a concessional loan from the Climate Investment Fund of the same size and a syndicated loan of US$ 17 million from the Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF), managed by Investec Asset Management, which is part of the Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG). In addition, EAIF is directly providing a US$7 million Viability Gap Funding grant for the project raised from the Technical Assistance Fund of the PIDG.

"EDM is very pleased that the Mocuba Solar IPP project has reached financial close through a well-structured public-private partnership between EDM, Scatec Solar and Norfund, and with excellent support from IFC and EAIF as lenders, as well as the Government of Norway", says EDM's Chairman and CEO, Dr Mateus Magala. "Experiences gained with the Mocuba project is invaluable in shaping Mozambique's renewable energy future."

"Closing debt financing for the Mocuba solar power plant is another great achievement for Scatec Solar and our partners", says Scatec Solar CEO, Raymond Carlsen.

"Norfund appreciates being a partner in this first solar power project in Mozambique. Access to reliable energy is a prerequisite for development. Clean energy is therefore a focus investment area for us", says Norfund Executive Vice President, Mark Davis.

Oumar Seydi, IFC Director for Sub-Saharan Africa, said: "IFC is committed to bridging Africa's infrastructure gap while promoting clean energy. This project is in one of the least developed provinces of Mozambique. It will diversify the country's power generation mix and help increase access to electricity. By supporting projects like Mocuba, IFC, EAIF and PIDG are helping to encourage the participation of other private investors in Mozambique's power sector."

Nazmeera Moola, Head of EAIF at Investec Asset Management, said: "Renewable energy and affordable energy is a key area of growth for the Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund and PIDG. By supporting this project, EAIF was able to make the project bankable by providing long tenors. Furthermore, by facilitating a VGF grant from the Technical Assistance Fund of the PIDG, the PIDG group was able to contribute to reducing the cost of electricity for Mozambique."

Scatec Solar is a leading developer and owner of large scale solar in emerging markets.


=> 1.975 kWh/kWp p.a.
=> 1.900 USD/kWp sehr hoch
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