Scheuten Solar Strengthens Its Presence In The Greek Market With 1 MW Project

Date: 19 August 2009
Source: Scheuten Solar
Scheuten Solar announces the start for the supply of Scheuten Multisol® modules for a 1 MWp project in Greece. Owner and operator of the project will be Ilioependytiki S.A., whereas Data Energy will undertake the installation of almost 6,000 Multisol PV panels.

This project is presently one of the biggest in Greece and is located between Tripoli and Megalopolis in the southern part of the country.
 
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