Jul 1, 2013 - Munich-based Raycap GmbH has installed a 1.4 MW photovoltaic (PV) plant in Greece, news portal Solarserver reported during the weekend, citing a company's statement.
The company is also operating a PV test laboratory, which will research and develop lightning and overvoltage protection solutions, Solarserver reported.
The laboratory will also help Raycap test its Strikesorb technology in real conditions.
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