Project Focus: Day4 Energy’s 1.8MW German power plant initiates construction

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Day4Energy’s 1.8MW turnkey ground-mounted PV power plant has entered its construction phase. The Niedereschach-Fischbach, Germany plant is being specifically built for an unnamed private investor group, which happens to be a continuous customer for Day4. Construction completion is expected by the end of this month.

“It is always exciting to earn the trust of a new customer. Repeat business is the highest form of recognition for our products and service and further validation of our ability to deliver a quality product,” said George Rubin (pictured), President of Day4 Energy. “We are proud to be selected for this project and are looking forward to continuing to build our reputation of flawless execution in delivery of turn-key project solutions.”

Around 9,800 48MW Day4 modules will be included in the project and upon completion the plant’s energy will be sold to the local grid provider under the German FiT law.

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