The Phoenix Solar team has said preparations for construction are already underway: more than 29,000 solar modules from First Solar and inverters from SMA will reportedly be used.
It adds that the solar park will be built around 80 kilometers from the country's capital, Bratislava, on two neighboring plots of agricultural land. It is scheduled to be connected to the grid before the end of this year. ??Slovakia has attractive feed-in legislation, says the company, which compensates one-kilowatt hour of solar electricity fed into the grid at a rate of 42.5-euro cents.
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