Solon has entered into an agreement with the DSG Deutsche Solargesellschaft mbH for the construction of turnkey solar power plants and the supply of solar modules. These projects have an expected total capacity of around 8MWp.
The overall contract will include the turnkey construction of a 2MWp solar plant featuring fixed mounted monocrystalline large modules. The modules used will be from the ‘Solon Black 375’ range.
Solon will also deliver 6MWp of solar modules for use in other power plant projects planned by DSG, in Italy. The projects are going to be developed in the regions of Basilicata and Puglia in the southern region of Italy. Delivery for this section of the project is planned for the Q409. The inverters for both projects will be delivered by Kaco.
For Thomas Krupke, CEO of Solon, the new order is evidence of the good business relationships with longstanding customers and their satisfaction with the company. “We are pleased that these agreements will allow us to expand the cooperation with our partners, DSG and Kaco. This gives us yet another opportunity to demonstrate our expertise as a supplier of premium power plant technology and in the construction of turnkey power plants,” stated Krupke.
Joachim Kruck, managing director of DSG says that it was the quality that was the decisive argument for the decision in favour of Solon, “our goal as a provider of solar fund is to generate for our investors high and sustainable yields. Basic requirement of a good solar funds are components that are characterized by excellent quality and durability. The high quality and innovative modules, Solon Kaco inverters meet precisely these requirements. Our experience with these components, the values of yield reports have been surpassed by all the parks.”