Construction work has been scheduled to start this August, says the company, to enable the plant to be connected to the grid by the end of the year. The plant will generate and supply approximately five million kilowatt hours per year of electricity to the grid.
Phoenix Solar is responsible for the planning and construction of the solar power plant. After the plant has been commissioned, it will also provide Etrion with operation and maintenance services. Trina Solar crystalline solar modules and SMA inverters will be used for the plant.
Marco Northland, chief executive officer of Etrion, commented: We are pleased to partner with Phoenix Solar on this project and look forward to expanding our relationship in the near future. The 3.5 MW solar plant in Borgo Piave is part of our internal development portfolio and demonstrates our Italian teams execution capability converting business development pipeline into installed megawatts."
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