The German company has sold a 6.5 MW solar park near Rimini on Italy's Adriatic coast to a German investor, and will install an 8 MW park north of Romanian capital Bucharest. Construction on the latter is set to start this month. A second project is slated to be developed west of the capital and further Black Sea-based projects are planned for 2013.
Gildemeister will also supply vanadium redox flow batteries with a capacity of 1.6 MWh to store energy generated from solar and wind to power the German North Sea island of Pellworm.
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