Conergy signs 5 MW of large projects in the US18. October 2011 | Applications & Installations, Markets & Trends, Top News | By: Jonathan Gifford
Full-system manufacturer and integrator Conergy, has announced at the Solar Power International trade show that is has signed agreements to install five megawatts (MW) of large photovoltaic projects in the U.S.
In a continuation of its focus on downstream business, Conergy has chosen to highlight a number of larger projects in the U.S. At the same time, the company is promoting its U.S.-made mounting systems.
From California to Hawaii to Pennsylvania, Conergy will develop four different projects where it will be involved in the planning, financing, engineering, permitting, O&M and EPC.
The projects are worth over three MWs in California, including two agricultural ground-mounted systems and a ground-mount and carport installation in central California.
In Hawaii, Conergy will provide EPC services for a commercial roof top installation. In Pennylvania in the east, the company will be the EPC contractor for a 1.8 MW utility-ground-mount installation.
U.S.-made Conergy mounting systems will be used in some of the projects.
In a statement announcing the projects, Anthony Fotopoulos, President of Conergy North America said: "With a strong pipeline of projects combined with our expert team, Conergy expects to be a major player in the growing sector of solar projects in North America."
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