FuturaSun to build PV factory in Italy
- Gigafactory will be located in Padua and also will create approximately 2GW of high-efficiency solar panels a year
An Italian cleantech business has gotten land in the enterprise zone of Cittadella, in Padua, to construct a gigafactory for making high-efficiency solar modules.
FuturaSun's plant will certainly be improved a 24,000 sq metre story and will have the ability to create 2GW of solar panels a year at complete capacity.
The business is committing to a total investment of EUR25m in the production facility.
The project fits into the firm's critical commercial plan, and also it follows up on the European mission of rebuilding the supply chain for solar panels.
Alessandro Barin (visualized), CEO of FuturaSun, claimed: "With this new industrial hub, we believe we can enhance our hometown while additionally ending up being a referral point in the HORIZON IBC4EU project, a programme within the REpowerEU strategy and also the European Green Deal to revitalize the Italian and European photovoltaic industrial supply chain in support of continental power transition approaches."
The center will certainly consist of new head offices for FuturaSun, made according to across-the-board environmental and sustainability criteria, an R&D centre for used scientific study, a big test-field for product control and also enhancement, a PV Academy as well as a training centre.
FuturaSun was founded in Cittadella in 2008 and has a gigafactory currently energetic in China and 2 others under construction.
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