Photon Energy starts to build 3 PV power stations in Romania
Dutch renewable energy developer Photon Energy announced that it has broken ground on the construction of another three Romanian PV (photovoltaic) power plants, which will have a combined generation capacity of 6 MWp (megawatt-peak).
Located near the town of Calafat in Dolj County, the power plants will cover over 10.2 hectares of land and it expected to generate roughly 9.6 GWh (gigawatt-hour) annually.
Photon Energy recently started building several other solar farms in Romania.
The first is located near Aiud, in Alba County, and will produce 6.8 GWh annually. The company also began building another farm in Arad County last month.
Currently, the company is developing PV projects in Romania with a total capacity of 235 MWp, with 120 MWp at an advanced stage of development or under construction.
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