sPower announces its acquisition of Bosch Solar Energy North America entities. With this and other recent acquisitions, sPower now owns or operates more than 130 solar energy projects across the country, with a buildable pipeline of more than 400 MW.
Sustainable energy provider sPower (Sustainable Power Group) has announced that it’s acquired Bosch Solar Energy North America entities with projects actively operating in the U.S. The acquisition complements sPower’s existing distributed generation portfolio.
The transaction follows sPower’s acquisition of Tioga Energy’s operating assets last year and its recent merger with Fir Tree Partners and Silverado Power. As a result of sPower’s growth, the company now owns or operates more than 130 solar energy projects across the country, with a buildable pipeline of more than 400 MW.
“Bosch’s diligence and commitment to building premium quality products is one of the key reasons we pursued this acquisition. sPower’s mission is to support communities in the goal of reducing reliance on fossil fuels and switching to solar energy,” sPower CEO Ryan Creamer said in a statement. “This acquisition further demonstrates sPower’s commitment to the long-term success of the solar industry.”
Earlier this year, Bosch Solar announced its plans to exit the solar business, including its production and business units.
Eric Daniels, Regional President, Bosch Solar Energy North America, said of the acquisition, “As we implement our previously announced exit of the solar energy business, we are pleased that these operations can continue under the direction of sPower. All of our customers have been notified and we are taking every measure to ensure a smooth transition with continued long-term quality of service.”