German project developer Conergy and local firm Spercheios S.A. have constructed four PV plants for private Greek investors with a combined capacity of 1.9MW and a total output of 2.8 million kWh of solar power every year.
Three of the four solar power plants are located in the region of Phthiotida in central Greece, the same region where Conergy had constructed one of the biggest industrial rooftop PV systems on the Hellenic peninsula in May 2011. The three latest installations have a capacity of 500, 300 and 100kW respectively.
The fourth PV power plant was built in Aigaleo, a suburb of Athens, and has a capacity of 1MW. It has been installed on the roof of logistics company N. Kornilakis MEPE’s warehouse and was connected to the grid in July.
All four power plants utilize Conergy PowerPlus modules.
“Conergy is expanding its partner network in Greece further,” said Dr Stefanos Melissopoulos, managing director of Conergy Greece. “As one of the market leaders, we have already been active in Greece since 2004, and we can rely on an extensive network and comprehensive experience – both for free-field parks and for the more complex rooftop plants. With our complete systems, we can offer our partners tailor-made solutions and support them in all areas with our services and our knowhow. All parties will ultimately benefit: thanks to a high-quality, safe and efficient plant, which performs reliably throughout its entire lifetime and produces consistently high yields.”