Conergy has announced it is building its second Romanian solar project, a 2 MW array in Slobozia. The PV solution and service provider had initiated its entry into the Romanian market with a 2.2 MW solar park in January.
On this new project, Conergy is acting as general contractor for a group of local private investors and is responsible for the entire planning and engineering of the park, as well as for the construction and the supply of the components.
The system will be built on an area of around 10 acres and comprise over 8,000 Conergy modules installed on Conergy SolarLinea mounting systems.
"The Romanian solar market has great growth potential for the future, and the government has set ambitious targets for the expansion of renewable energies," says Conergy Board Member Alexander Gorski.
"Currently, Romania is covering around two-thirds of its electricity demand by power generated in the country itself. Large-scale solar power plants will be playing an increasingly important role in helping to enable the country to also satisfy the rapidly rising demand for electricity in the future," Gorski continues." We intend to expand our business in this segment further in the years to come."