Germany: Parabel completes 1 MW PV system


The system is located atop a building complex belonging to an unnamed trade and logistics company in Hohenwulsch.

Last year, the Berlin-based company developed and installed more than 10 MW of rooftop spaces roof surfaces in both in Brandenburg and Saxony-Anhalt. It is now looking to sell 4.92 MW from its portfolio within the next two months.

"We’re receiving increasingly more enquiries from both institutional investors and municipal utilities that would like to diversify their electricity provision with renewable energies," explains CEO Jürgen Will. "That’s why we’ve put together an attractive package for prospective customers and will conclude the sales within the next eight weeks."

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