Italian PV installer, TerniEnergia, is showing every sign of meeting its 2009 strategic plan of exceeding 150MW of capacity, having installed a total of 75.5MWp last year. In the final quarter of 2011, the company installed plants in Marche, Puglia and Sicilia for third parties, not including panels supply, of a total capacity of 5.8MWp.
Additionally, TerniEnergia has announced a 4.8MWp PV plant in Greece is nearing completion.
Stefano Neri, chairman and managing director of TerniEnergia said, “We are deeply satisfied with the industrial results achieved during a year affected by the sudden cancellation of the Third Energy Bill. In 2011, the company aimed to gain a leadership position in Italy, through the acquisition of Lucos Alternative Energies and started activities for the construction of photovoltaic plants abroad, strengthening partnerships with Italian and European utilities.”