Three of the four projects were ground mounted, while the remaining one comprised a rooftop installation.
Each ground mounted project, which contains between 5,000 and 10,000 silicon photovoltaic modules, is between 1.1 to 2.2 MWs in size: annually, each kilowatt peak (kWp) will generate around 1,100 kW hours of electricity. A total of 484 inverters was also installed. The projects are located in Slavi?ín, T?emesná and Velké Opatovic.
Spread across three roofs, the fourth installation, located in Panská Lícha, is a 200 kWp system. It is expected to generate around 1,050 kW hours per kWp.
It is hoped that in total, the four systems will supply approximately 1,500 four-person average households per year. All were realized within three to six months.
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