The company has said it is responsible for the planning and building of the plants, which are owned by two project companies belonging to E.ON Climate & Renewables.
The first project is located near Taranto in Apulia and will comprise 6.1 MWp, while the second, a 2.8 MWp plant, is situated near Alessandria in Piemonte. Both projects are utilizing crystalline solar modules provided by E.ON.
Ulrich Reidenbach, chief sales officer of Phoenix Solar AG commented: Italy is a very promising future market where we will be implementing more projects in 2011 as well.
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