7.4 MW PV portfolio sold in Czech Republic

15. February 2011 | Applications & Installations, Industry & Suppliers | By:  Becky Stuart

Despite the country's recent troubles, Austrian company Green Source GmbH and Berlin-based Parabel GmbH have sold a 7.4 megawatt (MW) PV park portfolio in the Czech Republic. It is said to be the sixth largest.

Parabel PV park in Czech Republic

The PV systems generate seven gigawatt hours of electricity per year. Image: Parabel AG.

The companies developed and connected the PV systems to the grid, before selling them on to the Enercap Power Fund I for an undisclosed financial sum. Work was executed under the joint subsidiary Vireo Czech sro, which has now assumed a project management and monitoring role.

The installations are spread across three sites in Mimon, Lomecek and Tocnik. In total, they generate seven gigawatt hours of electricity per year, which is enough to supply around 2,700 households. Overall, an area of 220,000 square meters has been covered with First Solar thin film modules installed on Schletter mountings, while the inverters were provided by Siemens.

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