TerniEnergia completes its 2009 installation target three months in advance

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By the end of September, TerniEnergia should have completed all nine of its new PV solar installations in Puglia, Marche and Umbria with a total combined capacity of 10MW. Five of the new installations are assigned to the joint ventures for the production and sales of electrical energy from solar sources, with total combined capacity of 6MWp, while the other four are for third parties and will achieve 4MWp, says Solarbuzz.

These new installations will be spread across seven new construction sites in the three aforementioned locations. The plant in Umbria is a photovoltaic park with power capacity exceeding 3MWp.

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The five new installations totaling 6MW are assigned to the joint ventures for TerniEnergia with Edf Energies Nouvelles Italia – EnergiaAlternativa and Energie, for the sale of generated energy.

Once these installations are complete, the TerniEnergia will have achieved its goals set for the end of 2009, a full three months early.

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