Enfinity to complete two solar projects

19/05/2011 13:20 Renewable


One of the largest French renewable energy companies, Enfinity, will complete the construction of two solar projects in Les Mees (France) worth 70 million Euros, at construction of which will involve around 350 people. The solar plants, situated on a plateau at an altitude of 800 metres, will cover a surface of 36 hectares with 79,000 modules with a total installed capacity of 18.2 MW.

All the details will be taken into account for the development of the plant, including any negative impacts that it can have on the environment and avoid any “eyesore” for the city’s surroundings. Subsequently, at the end of its 20 year life span, the solar modules will be recycled in order to have an area ready to be used for agriculture. According to the Enfinity’s Chief Executive Officer, Steven De Tollenaere, the “Company” is proud to work at completion of these two projects proving the benefits of large-scale solar projects towards fighting climate change and contributing to the development of the local economy. By the end of the projects’ completion, Les Mees solar plant will have a total annual electricity production of 26,000,000 kWh.

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