The engineering, procurement and construction contractor undertook the project for Solar Gate. In addition to designing the system, it supplied the photovoltaic equipment.
Konstantinos Mavros, CEO of Positive Energy commented: "We are very pleased to announce today the completion of this important project. The Greek PV market is rapidly growing with more than 150 GWp installed in 2010 and 80 MWp installed within the first quarter of 2011, which can lead to annual market of 300-350 MWp.
"Greece has set ambitious PV targets for 2020 and we are more than happy that our large project portfolio is a valuable contribution to the markets continuous development."
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