Germany’s Conergy expands in Romania
After entering the Romanian market in January, Conergy is set to expand its footprint in the country with the addition of a 2 megawatt photovoltaic (PV) plant in the Romanian region of Slobozia, energy site PV-Tech reported. As general contractor, the German PV developer is responsible for the planning and engineering of the project as well as the construction and the supply of the components. The project, which is currently being built on four hectares of land, will be owned by a group of local private investors. It will be equipped with more than 8,000 modules manufactured in Germany, which will sit on Conergy SolarLinea mounting systems. When operational, the facility will generate more than 2,700 MWh of electricity annually, which is said to be enough to meet the demands of 770 households.
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