• Price (EUR)1.24
  • Today's Change-0.005 / -0.40%
  • Shares traded0.00
  • 1 Year change0.81%
  • Beta0.5637
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About the company

EAM Solar ASA is a Norway-based investment company. The Company is primarily engaged in the acquisition and operation of solar power plants. It acquires solar power plants that are already in operation. It is active in Italy, Germany and France. The Company owns two plants located 80 kilometers northeast of Venice, Italy. The Codroipo power plant covers 16.85 hectares of land and consists of 368 dual-axis tracker structures and 4,416 modules. The Varmo power plant covers eight hectares of land and consists of 184 dual-axis tracker structures and 2,208 modules. The plants have a combined capacity of 4.65 megawatts peak (MWp) and an annual electricity production of approximately seven gigawatt hours (GWh) . The Company is managed by EAM Solar Park Management, a subsidiary of Energeia Asset Management. In July 2014, the Company executed the transfer of the shares of seven out of eight companies that comprise the P31 portfolio, bringing 21 power plants under the Company's control.

  • Revenue in NOK (TTM)13.47m
  • Net income in NOK9.44m
  • Incorporated2011
  • Employees0.00
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