Oct 10, 2012 – German solar equipment maker Conergy AG (ETR:CGYK) said today that upon the request of private investors it had constructed four solar power plants with a total capacity of 1 MW in Greece.
The power plants are expected to produce a total of 2.8 million kWh of clean energy annually. According to Conergy's estimations, the plants will be able to supply 722 households with clean electricity, thus offsetting 2,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions per year.
Three of the power plants are located in Phthiotida, central Greece. The fourth plant was installed in Aigaleo, Athens. They all were built in cooperation with Greek company Spercheios SA.
The company entered the Greek solar market in 2004 and plans to further expand its partner network in the country, Stefanos Melissopoulos, the managing director of Conergy Greece, said.