Conergy To Build 4.35-MW Project in South Korea

Conergy Korea, subsidiary of Conergy AG, announced a framework agreement for a 4.35-megawatt (MW) extension, worth approximately €20 million, of a 19.6 MW, recently completed photovoltaic plant in SinAn, southwest of the Korean capital Seoul.

The extension of what is already Asia’s largest solar power plant to 24 MW is expected to be fully grid-connected before the year is over, marking what could be considered a major milestone for Korea in becoming a worldwide leader in clean energy.

“Building Asia’s largest solar power plant is a landmark moment for the renewable energy sector in Korea. The success, scale and technical sophistication of the project is a model of how we can lead Korea into a new era of renewable energy production through strong and trusted partnerships between international experience and technical knowledge, Korean construction and engineering expertise, and ambitious local and federal government planning and policy,” said Jihun Kim, CEO of Conergy Korea.

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