Terna bags enviro permit for 241-MW solar park in Greece
- A solar photovoltaic or pv (PV) project with a capacity of 240.7 MW in Greece has been granted environmental approval by the country's Ministry of the Interior, the latter announced on Friday.
The project proponent is Iliaka Vakoufia MIKE, a unit of Greek eco-friendly power manufacturer Terna Energy (ATH: TENERGY).
The solar park will be set up in the village of Kilkis, Central Macedonia area. It will be equipped with near 395,000 bifacial monocrystalline silicon PV panels by China's Jinko Solar, each with a small capacity of 610 Wp, and also 1,120 Huawei inverters. The complex will certainly be connected to the Hellenic Electricity Transmission System by means of a new affiliation.
The environmental approval for the project adheres to two permits for Terna Energy in the past few months. In January, it was removed to develop a 79.8-MW wind farm with 19 wind turbine generators on Greece's Evia island and earlier in March it guaranteed governing approval to mount a 53.7-MWh battery energy storage system at the site of a 22.1-MW solar park in the Thessaly area.