Croatian retailer Konzum [ZSE:KNZM-R-A] said on Tuesday it has mounted a solar collector with an installed capacity of 9.4 kilowatts on the roof of one of its stores.
The 60 square meter installation is expected to have an annual output of 9.9 megawatthours, the retailer said in statement.
The solar panels for the installation mounted on the Konzum maxi Sopot store were supplied by local company Solvis while the inverter technology was provided by Siemens Croatia.
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