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Greek solar power plant Farsala reaches full capacity | Europe

Greek solar power plant Farsala reaches full capacity

Ten months after it was commissioned, the solar power plant built by Würth Solar in Farsala, Greece achieved its full load capacity of 5 megawatts. As the general contractor, the full-spectrum provider of photovoltaic systems located in Schwäbisch Hall, Germany, commissioned the solar power plant on December 27, 2010. Since January 4 of this year, this open space system, built as a turn-key facility, has been supplying electricity to the Greek grid.
The solar power plant in Farsala is one of the largest open space systems in Greece, extending over an area of 99,960 square meters. The system consists of a total of 21,274 polycrystalline silicon modules that cover an area of 34,900 square meters. In constructing the plant, 122 kilometers of solar cable and five kilometers of medium voltage power lines were installed.

The electricity output of the Farsala plant covers the annual energy requirements of more than 1,600 Greek households. At the same time, about 3,700 tons of carbon dioxide emissions are saved per year.
The Owner of the Park is Heliogenesis S.A., headquartered in Athens and has developed the project throughout the licensing, financing and construction phases. Heliogenesis S.A. awarded the turnkey Engineering Procurement and Construction contract of the project to Würth Solar Hellas A. E., the Greek subsidiary of Würth Solar Deutschland that has been active in Greece since 2008 Würth Solar Hellas A. E. and was also awarded the Operation and Maintenance of the park following its commissioning. Heliogenesis Farsala project was financed through a syndicated, non-recourse, bond loan agreement arranged by Landesbank Baden-Württemberg (LBBW).
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Posted by Gloria Llopis | 2011-11-02