CEE and Gehrlicher intensify cooperation


The projects have a total output of 35 megawatts and are to be developed in a year. Both partners have thus established the basis for an international, long-term cooperation. Klaus Gehrlicher, CEO of Gehrlicher Solar stated,"Together with CEE, we will be able to continue to expand our position as an international pv systems provider and, due to our long experience, will ensure the successful execution of projects".

In the past year, CEE already took over two solar parks with a total output of 10.5 MW designed and built by Gehrlicher Solar. The third solar park with a total output of 10.1 MW was handed over to the investment company from Hamburg last week in the town of Missen in Brandenburg, Germany. Missen Solar Park consists of a total of five single projects. Gehrlicher Solar was responsible for the technical operation while CEE was in charge of the commercial operation.

After four moths of construction, the parks were connected to the grid by Envia Netz and started operating on 7 December 2010. The total investment sum amounts to approximately 25 million euros.

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