The company has already constructed several solar parks in the Basilicata, Sicilia and Apulia regions, which total seven MWp.
It says the first parks it installs in the Lombardy region will supply almost 900 four-member households and will save the emission of 1,850 tons of carbon dioxide. Several direct and indirect jobs are also expected to be created.
Being Martifer Solar Italia located in Milan, we are particularly eager to start this project which, for the first time, well be able to closely monitor from our headquarters, stated Pedro Pereira, Martifer Solars general manager for Italy. On top of that, we are honored to be assigned one of the largest ground mounted PV projects in the Lombardy Region, considering its overall installed capacity.
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