Europe’s new breed of grid parity projects is mushrooming on the southern fringes of the continent. With governments’ flexible attitude towards remuneration, to the detriment of reliable planning, the desire to make grid parity projects work is strong, and its progress will likely spread north.
Benedikt Ortmann (right),leaps into the mud to explain some of the solar plant’s specifications. Cost cutting, for example, had been achieved by a wiring architecture that reduces the need for DC wiring.
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