26.03.2018 / Solar, EMEA, Press

juwi Hellas inaugurates three PV plants 8,6MWp

juwi Hellas has successfully constructed, commissioned and put into commercial operation three PV plants for Hellenic Petroleum Renewable Energy Sources S.A. (HELPE RES), of a total power of 8.6 MWp.

The 4MWp plant located at the Industrial Area of Thessaloniki was connected to the grid on the 20th of October 2017 while the 1MW located at the Industrial Area of Kavala was connected on the 25th of October. Both of them are in commercial operation since December 2017. The 3,6MWp plant located at the Industrial Area of Aspropyrgos, Athens, was connected to the grid on the 5th of February 2018 and is in commercial operation since then. All three plants have been fully accepted by HELPE RES on the 21st of February 2018. juwi Hellas will offer O&M services for two years with a possibility of extension for another three.

The portfolio of EPC projects of juwi Hellas is now close to 100MW, while the current O&M volume is 55MW.  "juwi Hellas continues to play a leading role in the Greek solar market” said Takis Sarris MD of juwi Hellas, pointing out that "In 2016 the total tender awarded volume for solar projects was 36MW. juwi participated successfully with a 5MW own developed project and was awarded an additional 17,6MW as an EPC contractor. This corresponds to more than 60% of the tender volume, which is a great success.”


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