The Austria-based company has completed the first 21.18 MWp of its latest photovoltaic project. It expects the remaining phase, 21.77 MWp, to be finished in July. Overall, the power station is expected to comprise 185,952 multicrystalline modules and 41 inverters spread across 80 hectares.
Planning and construction began on the project late last year. Activ says it created 350 construction jobs over a period of six months. The company further opened a representative office in the Odessa region, in order to support the development and the construction of a "major pipeline" of photovoltaic projects in the area. It did not disclose the size of the pipeline, however.
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