Work began on the project last May. While Jendra undertook the planning, management and construction of the project, Energie Wasser Bern provided the necessary investment, and Innotech supplied the photovoltaic modules.
In a statement released, Innotech explained, "These modules are made from solar cells which are initially rejected after manufacture, then Innotech Solar returns them to their full performance capacity using a unique laser-assisted process."
According to the parties involved, the system will generate six MWh of energy annually, which will be enough to supply around 2,500 households.
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