1 MW Slovenian PV project completed


The company, together with Intereuropa Ltd. Co., completed the project, and connected it to the grid, in a month and a half. Located in Slovenia’s Koroška region, it is comprised of 4,416 polycrystalline PV modules, and is expected to provide electricity to 275 households.

"The fact that we completed the installation in such short time once again confirms the reputation of extremely professional Bisol team, which has a lot of knowledge and experience in PV system integration and module manufacturing," commented Uros Merc, Bisol’s president and CEO.

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