Bulgaria's Energo-Pro Varna unit builds 26.3 kWp PV system for local firm
Energo-Pro Energy Services solar PV system for Tzanev Build. Image: supplied.
SOFIA (Bulgaria), July 5 (SeeNews) - Bulgaria's Energo-Pro Varna, part of Czech power utility group Energo-Pro, said on Tuesday that its wholly-owned subsidiary Energo-Pro Energy Services completed and commissioned a solar photovoltaic (PV) system with an annual generation capacity of 30.4 MWh for local client Tzanev Build.
The solar system has peak capacity of 26.28 kWp and is located in the northern Bulgarian municipality of Tryavna, the company said in an e-mailed statement.
The installation features a high-end three-phase string inverter and 72 monocrystalline modules, each with a capacity of 365 Wp. It is expected to generate some 30.4 MW of electricity per year, which is entirely intended for sale in the network under an agreement with the electricity supplier.
A turnkey project developer, Energo-Pro Energy Services has to date constructed over 90 solar PV systems with total installed capacity of over 5 MW for more than 80 clients.