ExelGroup supplies panels for photovoltaic systems in 15 schools and in Covered Market in Larissa

12. November 2012 | By:  ExelGroup

The Greek company ExelGroup will provide photovoltaic panels for systems that will be implemented in 15 schools of Larissa, with a capacity of 10 kW each, and a 436 kW power station in Neapolis Covered Market.

Supply and installation of systems has been undertaken by the company Delta Techniki, after public tender conducted. The panels to be used belong in ESP Series 60 poly series of ExelGroup. The certified, according to international standards IEC 61215 Ed.2, IEC 61730 and IEC 61701 (salt mist) under TÜV Rheinland and Kiwa, ESP series 60, has been drawn with the strictest specifications worldwide.

The panels’ output is over 16%. Also, ExelGroup's modules come with the certification "Made in Europe". Project implementation is expected to provide significant benefits for both the schools and the municipality as it will lead to energy independence of the buildings, saving significant resources. Moreover, there will be important benefits in environmental terms, as the operation of the projects will prevent the release of more than 700 tons of carbon dioxide annually.

CEO of ExelGroup, Mr. Stavros Triantafyllou, stated: "The selection of the ExelGroup’s panels for these projects attests once again the comparative advantages of our products, which are now established as a reliable and competitive solution in the market. We continue to believe that the utilization of solar energy through high quality products must be a priority. Finally, we are very pleased with the installation of renewable energy systems in public buildings, which points the way to more and more people to invest in green energy with Greek products."