Photon Energy focus on new solar projects in Czech Republic and Slovakia

14/06/2010 09:04 Renewable

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Photon Energy comes with new solar projects for Czech Republic and Slovakia, expanding its portfolio and engineering team in order to achieve the plans considered.

The new photovoltaic project will have an installed capacity of 32 MWp, being expected to be operational this year. It will comprise plants of between 495 kW and 2.3 MW using mono- and polycrystalline solar modules from Yingli Solar, Tianwei New Energy and Aide Solar. Some of the project’s plants envisaged for the Czech Republic include: Drnov with 1,500 kWp, in Central Bohemian region; Zvíkov with 2,031 kWp and 495KWp plants, in South Bohemian region, and Komorovice with 2,350 kWp plant in Vysocina region. As for Slovakia, three plants of 999 kWp in Babina and Hrušov are being considered.

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