DRI Acquires 126 MW Solar Portfolio in Romania, Outlines Plans for Croatian Wind Farm

DRI Acquires 126 MW Solar Portfolio in Romania, Outlines Plans for Croatian Wind Farm
Source: DRI, renewable energy arm of DTEK Group.

Diversified Renewables Infrastructure (DRI) has finalized the acquisition of a substantial 126 MW solar portfolio in Romania, marking a significant expansion in the region's renewable energy sector. The acquisition underscores DRI's commitment to bolstering its renewable energy footprint across Europe.

The solar portfolio, acquired from undisclosed sellers, comprises multiple photovoltaic projects located in various regions of Romania. These projects are expected to contribute significantly to Romania's renewable energy targets, supporting the country's efforts towards sustainable energy development and reducing carbon emissions.

DRI, a leading investor and operator in renewable energy assets, has outlined its strategic plans beyond Romania. The company aims to develop a wind farm in Croatia, further diversifying its renewable energy portfolio in the region. The planned wind farm is expected to leverage Croatia's ample wind resources, contributing to the country's renewable energy goals and enhancing energy security.

The acquisition in Romania and the planned wind farm in Croatia reflect DRI's strategy to capitalize on Europe's accelerating transition to clean energy. With a focus on both solar and wind technologies, DRI aims to position itself as a key player in the renewable energy market, leveraging its expertise in project development and asset management.

DRI's strategic initiatives align with European Union's ambitious renewable energy targets, aiming to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. By investing in solar and wind projects, DRI not only supports the EU's green energy transition but also enhances energy security and fosters sustainable economic growth across Europe.