Project Focus: TerniEnergia will construct 10 PV plants in Italy

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TerniEnergia has begun constructing 10 solar PV plants in Umbria, Marche, Sicily and Apulia regions for a total capacity of approximately 10MWp.

Around 4.5MWp of these installations are for joint venture companies, while the remaining 5MWp are to be set up on account of third parties, of which 3.5MWp are without solar panels supply. The completion of construction works is expected to take place in March 2010.

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Stefano Neri, chairman and managing director of TerniEnergia said, “The start of 2010 is characterized by a significant increase of our business represented by the expected achievement of 10MWp of installed capacity by the end of March. Such a material fastening in respect of the first quarter of the year 2009, during which the installed capacity was 2MWp, allows us to be confident in the achievement in advance of 2010 targets”.

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