The park is the first project to be undertaken by juwi in Bulgaria, but the company has said there are "further projects in the pipeline".
"The prospects for Bulgaria are promising. In the last year wind energy was developed, now Bulgarians discover solar power," commented Lars Falck, managing director juwi Solar. "We have to see whether the feed-in tariff for solar energy is maintained and whether a tariff fixation without variation for existing plants is implemented. This would contribute to inspiring investors for Bulgaria and to accomplishing the goal for the development of the renewable energies."
With 15,444 crystalline Yingli modules with an output of 3.6 MW, 4.3 million kilowatt-hours can be produced, explained the company. It said that the park has been delivering clean energy to 1,300 households since the end of August.