MILANO ( – Enertronica announces that as part of its activities of BOT (Built Operate and Transfer) of photovoltaic plants, a Namibian vehicle named Sertum Energy has obtained the first financing associated with this plant, called Trekkopie, for a total amount of 100 million Namibian dollars (equal to about 6.4 million euros). Moreover, in relation to the second Namibian plant, named Okatope, the disbursement of an additional 100 million Namibian dollars (already approved) in favor of the Unisun Energy vehicle is expected by the end of June. For both vehicles, a binding preliminary sale had already been concluded, as per the previous press release of 6 July 2017. The loans obtained are the sole responsibility of Namibian vehicles and will therefore have no effect on the Group’s debt position but will allow repayment of credits, for a total of around 10 million euros, relating to construction costs in turnkey mode carried out by the subsidiary Enertronica Costruction Namibia, which it will guide towards the two vehicle companies. The conclusion of the financing process has actively involved the group’s South African branch and represents an important milestone of the 2018-22 business plan in terms of the potential of the business model.