Juwi starts panel install at 204MW Greek PV website
- The EUR136m Kozani solar park is arranged to be connected to the grid by February 2022
Juwi has actually set up the first solar modules at a 204MW solar project in northern Greece.
The Kozani solar park, needing EUR136m in financial investment, is scheduled to be linked to the grid by February 2022.
It will after that be turned over to the future driver Hellenic Petroleum Group.
Kozani is the largest in Europe to utilize bifacial modules, made to catch even more sunlight.
Juwi said the 450 hectare project site now consists of all shelfs and also structures.
Juwi Hellas managing supervisor Takis Sarris said: "Regardless of the Covid pandemic as well as limitations on the construction site we are still on schedule."
Utilizing bifacial modules in the Kozani solar park will raise the return by approximately 5%.
Sarris added: "Solar energy is currently the most affordable type of electrical energy generation in Greece.
" The technology with bifacial modules strengthens this development once again. In this way, we can create more electricity in much less room at even lower expenses."
Kozani is located 120 km of south-west of Thessaloniki in the north of Greece.