Phoenix Builds 5-MW Solar PV Plant for Utility

Phoenix Solar is currently building a solar photovoltaic power plant with a 5.8-megawatt (MW) capacity for Enovos Group in Kenn in the district of Trier-Saarburg, Rhineland-Palatinate. Construction work has already begun and the commissioning of the power plant has been scheduled for the end of July 2009.

The plant is expected to produce annual yield of more than 5.8 million kilowatt-hours of energy. Phoenix Solar AG is responsible for the planning and construction of the project. The project development of the ground-mounted power plant was carried out by Bürgerservice Trier.

“As a cutting-edge utility company, we believe it is our responsibility to invest in renewable energies with the aim of establishing this field as a promising future business segment. We are very happy to have found a strong regional partner in Bürgerservice Trier and a competent partner in Phoenix Solar AG in the realisation of the Enovos Group’s first photovoltaic power plant. In our choice of the company to build the plant what convinced us was the high degree of professionalism and the experience of Phoenix Solar AG”, said Nestor Didelot, Managing Director of SKW Kenn GmbH and responsible for renewable energies within the Enovos Group.

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