SOVENTIX has sold an Italian project company with a roof-mounted 1,704 kWp photovoltaic plant to a Luxembourg trust
The solar park is located in Pesaro and consists of two grid-connected, roof-mounted systems of 975 and 729 kWp that were erected in 2011 and connected to the mains network.
SOVENTIX was responsible for the complete realization of both sections of the plant - from their project development and technical installation planning right through to their construction. Modules from the Sovello company were used in the solar park. Power One inverters transform the direct current produced into alternating current suitable for the mains network. Altogether the installations produce around 1,897,000 kilowatt hours of green electricity per annum.
"In an uncertain political environment, investors with high security requirements fare best with renewable energies if they invest in existing power plants. Both parties are most satisfied with the sales process and we hope that we will be able to develop many years of cooperation with the people responsible for this trust," says Tobias Friedrich, Managing Director and COO of SOVENTIX GmbH.
SOVENTIX GmbH headquartered in Duisburg, Germany, has subsidiaries in South Africa, Canada, Chile, Romania, the UK and the USA and develops, plans, erects and operates solar installations all over the world. With its specialist knowhow in the solar industry, SOVENTIX GmbH realizes high-yield photovoltaic projects and performs a wide range of services. These include the planning, development, financing, carrying-out and management of projects as well as the servicing, management and operation of its own installations. SOVENTIX has access to a worldwide project pipeline of more than one gigawatt, in various stages of development. You can find out more about SOVENTIX GmbH at www.SOVENTIX.com.
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