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Electrical line

We are pleased to be able to report that the 2 x 170 MW capacity 33 km long electrical line of our subsidiary company, Asset Eléctrica S.L., was completed in Andalucía in July.




The rights of use of the electrical line have been transferred to Endesa in September 2008.

The Government of Andalusia issued the operation authorization in September 2008.

Solar parks

The three solar parks with a total capacity of 22.8 MW were completed in Almería/Andalucía after 8 months of construction (see press information).



The 3 solar parks have been inaugurated on Friday, 26 September, 12:00 by the president of the Andalusian Government (Junta de Andalucía), Mr. Manuel Chaves González (see press releases).

Speech of the CEO of Asset@Logistic AG on the occasion of the inauguration of the 3 solar parks:

"Mr. President of the Junta de Andalucía, very honoured ladies and gentlemen and friends!

As President of Asset@Logistic AG and the founder of the 3 solar parks I would like to warmly welcome you to our Finca “Cortijo de la Sierra” in Almería. I am glad such a large number of you have attended. I am especially pleased that the chairman of our company’s supervisory board has also arrived in the past few hours, Prof. Dr. Kraus.

When I had the idea in 2006 of building solar parks on our property no one would have thought that two years later, namely today on 26 September 2008, we would be inaugurating these 3 solar parks with a total capacity of 22 MW.

We owe thanks for this enormous endeavour in such a brief period above all to the good collaboration with the senior management and employees of the Junta de Andalucía and their great dedication.

I would like to give special thanks to my friend and confidant, Sebastián Clarés, who has stood loyally by me through difficult times and supported me enormously in the past few years. I thank him and his family. I hope you all enjoy the event.

Muchas Gracias!"

 >>> Photo gallery of the solar parks

 >>> Video: Aerial view of the solar parks