ENcome manages top performing solar farms in Australia


ENcome’s success story in Australia continues: As one of the leading O&M companies in the Australian market, ENcome is proud to place three of their managed solar parks in the Top 10 of best performing PV assets in Australia. The Rugby Run project in Queensland took 1st place in the current ranking.

ENcome has been active in Australia for several years and has shown impressive growth. More than 500MW of solar parks are currently managed by ENcome in Australia. Business partners particularly value ENcome as an independent and focused PV service provider that offers O&M as well as engineering and advisory services throughout the entire value chain of PV projects.

The best performer Rugby Run* is a 65MWac (85MWdc) solar park in Queensland, that has been managed by ENcome since its commissioning in 2019. The project is providing 185,000 MWh of renewable energy with a capacity factor of nearly 30 percent, which in August was a remarkable result for a winter month.

Two more projects under ENcome’s management, Longreach and Hamilton, are also among the top performers. Another five projects are listed in the capacity range of 20 - 30 percent.
“The ability to manage a true utility scale solar park - independent of its location - is one of the competitive advantages of ENcome Group. We are pleased about the result of the ranking and see it as a confirmation of our high-quality approach to the benefit of our principals” says Andreas Leimbach, Managing Director of ENcome Group. As one of the market leaders in Australia, ENcome continues to expect further growth on the basis of its high-quality services delivered locally in combination with the global group support.

About ENcome:
The ENcome Group is a leading independent service provider for the operation of photovoltaic power plants with a focus on technical management, engineering services and consulting. In managing the power plants, the ENcome Group's service focuses on maximising short-term availability and performance as well as long-term value retention.

*Source: Rystad Energy research and analysis (08/2020)
Photo credits: Paul Baker