Juwi installed first module rows in Kozani

The Greek subsidiary of Germany's Juwi AG is currently building Europe's largest bifacial solar farm with 204 MW of capacity in northern Greece for the Hellenic Petroleum Group. Construction began in November last year, and the »Kozani« power plant covers an area of 450 hectares.
After the installation of racks and module tables, the first rows of modules have now been laid, according to the company. More than half a million additional modules still have to be installed before the targeted commissioning next February. At the start of construction in late 2020, grid connection was announced for the end of 2021 (we reported).
Once completed, the Kozani solar park is expected to supply more than 300 million kilowatt hours of electricity per year. The investment volume amounts to €136 million ($162 million).
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