Italy: 3.4 MWs PV to be installed in Umbria

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The company has signed an EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) contract for the supply and installation of approximately 15,000 PV modules on single axis PV-tracking systems with Solar Umbria s.r.l.: a full scope O&M contract was also signed.

It added that the parties involved in the development and realization of these projects are Neu Solar S.A. as investor and main shareholder, and EGBM s.r.l. as shareholder and main subcontractor.

As main contractor Scheuten Solar said it is responsible for the development and turnkey realization of the installation of the solar modules on 747 single axis tracking systems, each having an output of 4.5 kWp. The completion of the installations is planned for before the end of this year.

“With these new projects we not only create an additional footprint in the Italian market, but we also show our capability to develop and realize large PV projects from start to end. Furthermore, working together with these well renowned partners is a boost for further activities in Italy,” stated Ad Verbaas, director of project development at Scheuten Solar.

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