Greek market gathers pace as Scheuten commits to 1MW project



Preparation for the construction of one of the largest solar plants in Greece is underway as Scheuten Solar announced it has signed up for a 1MWp project between Tripoli and Megalopolis in the south of the country. Scheuten will supply its Multisol modules for the Ilioependytiki S.A.-owned plant, which will then be installed by Data Energy.

This project is Scheuten’s second-largest installation in the country so far, having supplied modules for a 2MWp plant in Volos last year. The company is also involved in several other smaller-scale projects in the country.

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