The plant, located near San Marzano, was built in cooperation with PV project developer GeoSol. Construction commenced last November.
A total of 17,000 solar modules were used, which are estimated to produce about five million kilowatt hours of electricity annually.
"We are pleased to have extended our business relations with GeoSol into the Italian markets. Our two companies have previously completed projects in Germany and the Czech Republic, and we see GeoSols confidence in us as proof we are delivering high quality, cost efficient solar PV solutions," commented Raymond Carlsen, CEO of Scatec Solar.
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