Solaria to supply modules for 12.5MW of projects in Greece

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Expanding Greece’s PV project portfolio, plans have been announced for the construction of 12.5MW of projects in Greece. Solaria will supply the modules for the various projects, the amount of which has not been specified, while Greek installer company Positive Energy will look after all procurement, engineering and maintenance of the plants.

This agreement is set up to avail of the current incentives being offered by the Greek government, and involves the construction of several grid-connected installations – both ground- and roof-mounted – starting later this year.

David Carrasco, marketing director for Solaria, commented on the news: “Last week we released the 2010 figures, with good profits and a better outlook for 2011 and we are today announcing this strategic partnership in Greece. The vitality of the international PV market is undisputable, and our internationalization strategy shows the market trust in sun energy, a clean, profitable, sustainable kind of energy”.

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