EGBM & Scheuten Solar To Install 2-MW of PV

EGBM is set to install two 1-megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic projects in Italy using modules from Scheuten Solar. The two companies have signed a contract for the supply of solar modules for the two projects, which will be built in Spello and Agello.

For Scheuten Solar it is the first time that its recently introduced Multisol module (P6-66) with a nominal peak power of 250 watts will be installed at the megawatt scale. Currently, excavation work is in full progress at the sites and the companies’ plans call for the first modules to be delivered in September.

“EGBM believes it will be extremely important to strengthen the partnership with such a strong and trustworthy company, leader in innovation in solar energy. EGBM will be both the installer and the owner of the plants, therefore it has selected the company offering the best technologies on the market that will be granting better revenues in time,” said Nicola Stabile, renewable energy quality manager at EGBM.

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