Juwi Hellas, the Greek subsidiary of Germany’s Juwi, plans to start building a 204 MW solar park in Greece in December 2019. The Kozani solar park secured 47% of the total volume in the auction that saw projects with a combined capacity of 635 MW competing for a total of 437 MW in capacities.
According to BalkanGreenEnergy news, The 204 MW solar park will be the largest solar PV project in South-East Europe (SEE), Juwi Hellas said.
The Kozani project is located in the north of Greece about 15 kilometers away from the city of Kozani. In December 2019, Juwi will begin with the construction of the solar park on an area of more than 400 hectares.
The solar park is scheduled to be connected to the grid by April 2021. It is expected to produce more than 300 million kWh of electricity annually.
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Location: Kozáni, Greece
Date: May 29, 2019 @ 20:12
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