Conergy supplies 1 MW of modules for Greek solar parks
Oct 3, 2012 - German solar equipment maker Conergy AG (ETR:CGYK) on Tuesday said it had provided photovoltaic modules for two 500-kW solar systems under development in Greece.
The company supplied 4,000 PowerPlus modules for the solar plants in the village of Ampelonas, Larissa regional unit, and the town of Philou in the Karditsa prefecture developed in partnership with local renewable energy firm MGD Energy.
The two companies plan to build another four 500-kW solar parks in Greece. The six solar plants will have a total capacity of 3 MW and will generate 4.3 million kWh of electricity annually. The power from the solar facilities will be enough to supply 1,100 homes and to offset 3,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide a year, Conergy calculates.