Juwi begins building and construction of the 204 MW "Kozani" PV plant in Greece
- The Greek subsidiary of the German Juwi AG has begun the construction of Europe's largest bifacial solar park in northern Greece.
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The 204 MW "Kozani" PV plant will be installed on an area of 450 hectares as well as is scheduled to browse the web at the end of 2021. According to the company, the return will certainly enhance by approximately five percent due to bifacial components and is forecast to reach 300 million kilowatt hours each year. The financial investment quantity is EUR130 million ($154 million).
Within the framework of the Greek renewable energy public auction in April 2019, Juwi protected 47 percent of the awarded tender quantity with the project. In total amount, projects with a volume of 635 MW participated as well as 437 MW were granted. According to the firm, "Kozani" is the biggest single project to day for the Juwi Group. At the beginning of this year, Juwi marketed the plant to the operator Hellenic Petroleum Group.
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