Conergy completes two more Italian solar power parks


A total of 7,000 of the company’s modules have been installed on mounting systems in the two parks in Parabita (1MW; 4,600 panels) and Nardo (500 kW; 2,200 panels). Six inverters in the three central inverter stations feed the clean energy produced into the regional grid, explains Conergy.

The construction of these two parks during the past three months brings the number of solar energy plants constructed by the company in Apulia to six – with the twin parks in San Marzano and the two plants at the beach resorts of the BluSerena hotel group in Torre di Canne and Ginosa.

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