System integrator Phoenix Solar is to build a further two 2MWp PV power plants in Greece for private investors.
The company said it had already installed over 8MWp in Greece during 2012, while a further seven contracts totaling 1MW had also been signed for mid-sized projects in the country.
Dr Christos Protogeropoulos, General Manager at Phoenix Solar said: “Last year we built a rooftop photovoltaic power plant with a peak power of 80 kilowatts for this customer. We are delighted that our customer was so satisfied with our service that we have now been commissioned to build these two ground-mounted projects. We are already discussing another project for 2013.”
One of announced 2MWp project will be built in Kilkis, Greece while the other will be built in the province of Attica.
The company said that the Greek owner of both plants would be entitled to receive a feed-in tariff of €0.37 cents per kilowatt hour.