Juwi commissions 8.6MW of solar projects in Greece

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juwi Hellas, a subsidiary of juwi, has commissioned three PV plants in Greece for Hellenic Petroleum Renewable Energy Sources totalling 8.6MW.

One 4MW plant is located at the industrial area of Thessaloniki, with a 1MW plant, located at the industrial area of Kavala, and a third 36MW plant, located at the industrial area of Aspropyrgos, Athens.

juwi Hellas will offer O&M services for two years with a possibility of extension for another three. 

The portfolio of EPC projects of juwi Hellas is now close to 100MW, while its current O&M volume is 55MW. 

“juwi Hellas continues to play a leading role in the Greek solar market” said Takis Sarris MD of juwi Hellas. “In 2016 the total tender awarded volume for solar projects was 36MW. juwi participated successfully with a 5MW own developed project and was awarded an additional 17,6MW as an EPC contractor. This corresponds to more than 60% of the tender volume, which is a great success.” 

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