Solar Cells Hellas reaches 20 MW of installed capacity

17. January 2013 | Applications & Installations, Markets & Trends | By:  Ilias Tsagas

Solar Cells Hellas Group, the biggest PV producer in Greece, connected to the grid in January three new photovoltaic parks of a 3.19 MW total installed capacity.

A solar PV power plant in Greece.

Solar Hellas Group now boasts 20 MW of installed capacity, which includes this 99.5kW photovoltaic power plant.

The parks have an installed capacity of 1.53 MW, 0.8 MW and 0.86 ΜW each, and are all located in the municipality of Viotia, Greece. They will be generating at least 4.944.500 kWh of energy per year saving the atmosphere over 4.625.500Kg of CO2.

The company owns now more than 20 MW of installed photovoltaic power in Greece.  According to the company's press release it will supply an extra 20 MW of photovoltaic parks completed and connected to the grid within the first six months of 2013. pv magazine has confirmed with the Solar Cells Hellas Group that it has supplied a further 300 MW of photovoltaic parks within Greece.

Solar Cells Hellas is the first vertically integrated PV producer in Southeast Europe to produce high quality wafers, cells and modules. The technology employed is multicrystalline silicon.

Solar Cells Hellas Group is a member of the German-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce and a founding member of the Association of Hellenic Photovoltaic Producers.

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