Plenitude’s US subsidiary Eni New Energy US has acquired the 81 MW Kellam photovoltaic plant located in North Texas, 80 km from the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. The plant, sold by Hanwha Qcells USA, joins the other assets within Texas and the rest of the United States in Plenitude's portfolio, which reaches, with this transaction, an installed capacity of 878 MW in the US market.The operation was carried out with the support of Novis Renewables, a partnership between Eni New Energy US and Renantis North America, Inc., which is exclusive to the US and is dedicated to the development of solar, wind and storage projects. The plant stands on over 150 hectares of land and will sell the energy produced to a local power company.Plenitude is Eni’s Benefit Corporation (Società Benefit) integrating the production of energy from 100% renewable sources, the sale of energy services and an extensive network of charging points for electric vehicles. The company currently supplies energy to about 10 million European customers in the retail market and aims to reach more than 11 million customers by 2025 and to install more than 30,000 charging points for electric mobility. The company also plans to exceed 15 GW of installed capacity by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2040.