Spread across 12 hectares in an industrial area in Horka, the park is comprised of nearly 23,000 Trina Solar photovoltaic panels and Siemens PVM inverters. A spokesperson for the company told pv magazine that the project was implemented over one year, from October 2010 to October 2011.
Parabel will operate the system, which was financed by the Deutsche Kreditbank AG. The spokesperson could not, however, disclose the financial amount.
According to a statement released, the Horka solar park will generate enough energy to meet the needs of around 1,400 households. To enhance the site, Parabel says that parts will be kitted out with ponds and hedges.
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