U.K.-based Aggreko announced Jan. 31 that the company’s Energy Transition Solutions (Aggreko ETS) division acquired a 13-megawatt behind-the-meter solar power project site in Texas.

Aggreko ETS will oversee the construction, own and operate the clean energy project in support of a Texas energy producer’s drive to decarbonize operations.

Once complete, the system will provide Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions reduction for the customer under a long-term power purchase agreement, Aggreko said in a press release.

“Texas is an attractive market for these types of C&I [commercial and industrial] projects, thanks to its robust solar resource, ease of development and an efficient ERCOT grid connection process for projects of this size,” said Prashanth Prakash, Aggreko ETS’ chief commercial officer.

The Texas acquisition follows Aggreko ETS’ December acquisition of nine community solar sites in upstate New York.