- The transaction will be carried out through the acquisition of the shares of the SPVs owning the plants by a leading international investor in the photovoltaic sector.
- The three agricultural companies are owners of agro-voltaic greenhouse plants for a total of about 4.6 MW.
- Disposals will be carried out as part of algoWatt’s Redevelopment Plan
- Closing expected by 30 November 2021
algoWatt, a GreenTech Company listed on the Euronext Milan market of Borsa Italiana, following its announcement on 16 May 2019, today signed a binding preliminary agreement to sell to a leading international PV investor, in partnership with sponsor LCF Alliance, the shares representing the entire share capital of three special purpose vehicles (SPVs), included among the divestments of algoWatt’s Restructuring Plan.
The consideration for the sale of the companies that own the three agrivoltage greenhouses, with a total capacity of approximately 4.6 MW, has been agreed at a total of approximately Euro 3.3 million. The closing of the transaction, which is expected to take place by 30 November 2021, is subject, among other conditions, to obtaining (where necessary) the approval of banks, in the form of a waiver, for the sale of the photovoltaic assets and other technical and financial conditions, typical of this type of transaction.
algoWatt was assisted by Grimaldi Studio Legale, as legal advisor, with a team coordinated by the Partner, lawyer Annalisa Pescatori, the purchaser and LCF Alliance were assisted by the Energy Team of Rödl & Partner, with a team led by the Partner, lawyer Roberto Pera, as legal, tax and financial advisor.