Greek photovoltaic solar energy development company BIOSAR Energy plans 20 megawatts of utility-scale solar projects in Bulgaria, Italy and Greece, its project partner Satcon said on Thursday.
“BIOSAR will deploy thirty-two 625 kilowatt (kW) Equinox inverters, Satcon’s next-generation utility-ready solution,” U.S.-based Satcon said in a press release.
No details about the company's plans in each of the three countries were disclosed.
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