Press Releases

9th March 2021

Esparity Solar Projects: Expression of interest for European Next Generation Funds

“Esparity Solar has submitted expressions of interest to the Ministry of Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge for 9 solar projects, in response to the call by the Spanish Government for the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan and the European Next Generation funds. The projects are located in mainland Spain in the regions of Andalusia, Valencia,

10 January, 2020

ESCO Pacific and Shell to drive growth in Australian Solar

We are pleased to announce that Shell has invested in a 49% stake in ESCO Pacific, Esparity Solar’s sister company in Australia. James Sibony, CEO of Esparity Solar said: “We are excited to welcome Shell as a shareholder and partner of ESCO Pacific. This is an important milestone for the business and demonstrates the team’s

15 November 2018

Financial Close of 175 MW Finley Solar Farm in Australia by Esco Pacific

We are pleased to announce that Esparity Solar’s sister company ESCO Pacific has reached financial close on the 174.9-MWp Finley Solar Farm project in New South Wales, Australia. James Sibony, Main Board Director ESCO Pacific and CEO of Esparity Solar said: “ESCO Pacific was a start-up in 2015 and to have reached financial close on

Esparity Solar secures funding from Abarca Seguros

Esparity Solar has secured a surety bond facility from Abarca Seguros, the purpose of which is to comply with the bonding requirements of the Spanish grid connection process. The facility is expected to meet the funding needs of Esparity Solar’s current pipeline of projects. Abarca Seguros is a company dedicated exclusively to Surety Bonds. Due

Media Release3 September 2018LONDON AND VALENCIA

Esparity Solar appoints Janin Campos as chair

Esparity Solar appoints Janin Campos as chair


March 2022, The British Spanish Society

“The Renewables Revolution” by our CEO James Sibony- British Spanish Society’s Revista 236

Solar power plays a crucial role in the current renewable energy revolution and will ensure we achieve the EU’s goal of net-zero carbon by 2050.

8 de marzo, 2022

The British Embassy rewards the companies that continue to support trade relations

  The award-winning companies, which this year have been focused on sustainability, innovation and the gender perspective, have recognised the work carried out by companies from both countries, such as Iberdrola, Esparity Solar, Arriva, Conteneur, Trison and Ninevah Therapeutics, at an event presented and directed by Hugh Elliott, British Ambassador in Spain, and Chris Barton,

3 Jan 2022,

Esparity’s project to build two solar power plants in Dos Hermanas, Seville, goes on public exhibition

Given the conditions and location of the Bajo Guadalquivir and Bajo Guadalquivir II projects, they are the pride of Esparity’s projects. Its location in Dos Hermanas, Seville is a V radiation zone, the best in Spain, representing high levels of performance for its installation of more than 2,000 kWh/kWp per year and with horizontal radiation

December 2021, Miguel Ángel Patiño. Madrid.Expansion

Kobus Partners acquires three PV projects totalling 250 MW from Esparity Solar

Kobus Renewable Energy III, the third private equity fund led by Kobus Partners, has closed an acquisition agreement with developer Esparity Solar to acquire three solar PV projects.

April 2020 - Energy Council interview with James Sibony

Climate Council interview with James Sibony

Is Solar Energy Viable Without Subsidies?