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Sharp enters into partnership to capture project business in Poland

Green Energy

Sharp Energy Solutions Europe has concluded a strategic partnership with Polish wind project developer Dalasina for the PV (photovoltaic) project business in Poland, reported the Warsaw Business Journal.

As part of the collaboration, Sharp and Dalasina are first cooperating on a 10 MW (megawatt) project, which will be followed by others during the next years, according to the report.

Commercial operation is planned for 2022.

Dalasina is a family-owned capital group based in Warsaw.

The project is the first of its kind for Dalasina. 

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