Conergy is continuing to strengthen its presence in the southern European solar market by building a 2MW park in Grevena, Greece. The announcement comes just two weeks after the Hamburg-based firm unveiled plans to build a 1.5MW system in the northern Greek city of Arta.
Building work on the six-hectare Greneva site, located 200 kilometres west of Thessaloniki, is scheduled to last two months. When completed, the plant’s 8,856 Conergy PowerPlus 225P modules will generate 2,900kWh of electricity a year.
In addition to modules and inverter stations it is providing, Conergy will also be responsible for the planning, commissioning and maintenance of the plant.
“Because of the turbulent economic times many investors are looking for a safe investment opportunity. We benefit from this high demand and a broad interest in solar energy due to our premium components which stand for excellent quality and longevity. Thus, our costumers benefit from a safe and environmentally friendly investment over a lifetime of more than 20 years,” a Conergy spokesperson said.