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  • KGAL acquires Clamecy wind farm in France download

    Asset Manager News 21 July 2016

    KGAL has added the “Clamecy” wind farm to its French wind farm portfolio.

  • KGAL Infrastructure - Market report H1 2015: Wind download

    White papers 31 March 2015

    The boom in the German onshore wind market is unwavering. The rate of construction of wind power plants has increased by more than 50 % in 2014 with a newly installed capacity of around 4.75 GW (including repowering) compared to the previous year.

  • KGAL Infrastructure - Market report H1 2015: Photovoltaics download

    White papers 31 March 2015

    Europe’s share in the photovoltaics market is continuing to shrink. Nevertheless, Germany is still one of the most significant photovoltaics markets in the world with a PV capacity of around 38 GW at the end of 2014.

  • KGAL Infrastructure - Market report: wind download

    White papers 17 December 2014

    The German wind power industry remains highly attractive and continues to be competitive compared with other alternative energies.

  • KGAL Infrastructure - Market report: photovoltaics download

    White papers 17 December 2014

    Germany continues to be one of the most important photovoltaic markets in the world. With an installed PV capacity of over 35 GW and new capacity of around 3 GW, Germany continues to be at the top of global league tables for 2013.

  • KGAL purchases four solar farms with 20 MW in France download

    Asset Manager News 29 September 2014

    KGAL Group has acquired the METEOR photovoltaic project in France. It comprises four photovoltaic (PV) plants with a capacity of around 20 MW. Through this transaction, KGAL Group has further expanded its solar portfolio by more than EUR 120 million in 2014. A total of eleven solar farms have been acquired in France, Germany and England. KGAL’s portfolio now consists of more than 60 solar farms with a total capacity of more than 350 MW.