CLEVER Global collaborates with Acciona and Gran Solar in Lilyvale Solar Park, of one of the largest photovoltaic plants in Australia
CLEVER Global, a technology services company specialising in the global management of suppliers and contractors, has signed a contractor agreement to provide its services at the Lilyvale 100MW Solar Park in Tieri, State of Queensland (Australia). This is the first project for the Sevillian multinational company in the Oceania region, after the opening of its subsidiary office this summer.
The tender agreement for the works is a joint venture formed by the Companies Acciona Industrial, Gran Solar and John Beever Australia, which have relied on CLEVER Global to carry out Contractor Control, Intelligent Access Control and the provision of security services during the next 12 months for a project with a daily workflow of up to 1000 workers.
The head of CLEVER Global for the APAC (Asia and Pacific) region, David Navarro, appraised the accomplishment of this new project as “very positive”, as it reinforces the presence of CLEVER in the renewable energy sector worldwide. Having already attained massive projects in three large geographical regions Latin America, EMEA and APAC. He also highlighted the “confidence” Acciona and Gran Solar have placed in the company, with whom they are currently working with in Dubai on the construction of the largest photovoltaic plant worldwide.
CLEVERS’ collaboration in the Lilyvale Park project is an addition to the already 100 renewable energy projects managed by the Sevillian Company, amongst which include fifty solar plants and more than 30 wind farms, as well as hydroelectric, solar thermal, geothermal and biomass plants.
The bulk of these renewable projects where CLEVER participates are in Latin America, where it has up to nine subsidiaries established in Mexico, Honduras, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, Chile, Argentina and Uruguay.
CLEVER Global operates in 54 countries and five continents and has been listed on the Alternative Stock Market (MAB) since December 2016. It manages more than 25,000 contractor companies, 450,000 workers, 60,000 vehicles / machinery with a sales volume of around 7,000 million euros.[:pt]