EuroEnergy initiates the construction of its fourth solar project, a 1.96MW solar plant in Greece

29 May 2012

Following its earlier announcements, EuroEnergy continues the expansion of its solar portfolio in Greece by announcing the beginning of the construction of a 1.96MW solar plant in Peloponnese, Greece.

This project will bring the total solar installed capacity of EuroEnergy to 7MW. The company has 6.9MW under construction between three projects and is also owning a portfolio of further solar licenses in Greece, which it seeks to bring into production in the near future.

EuroEnergy is also building a number of biogas plants in Latvia. The company operates in the renewable energy sector since 2007 and is actively expanding its pipeline in solar and biogas, whilst seeking also opportunities in the wind sector.

With an active presence in the country since 2008, EuroEnergy has established a portfolio of wind and solar operating assets and a strong local management team with deep knowledge of the local renewables industry and excellent hands-on capabilities in developing and operating wind and solar assets.

EuroEnergy is committed to increasing its presence and investments in the Greek Renewable energy market and contribute to the growth of the Greek economy. 

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