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M+W Group sets up large photovoltaic power station in Central Italy

The global engineering and construction company M+W Group (until 2009: M+W Zander) has won an order to plan and build a large photovoltaic power park in Central Italy.

 

 

The plant to be delivered as a turn-key plant will have a maximum output of 14.5 megawatt (MWp) and is to be set up in the province of Macerone (region of Marche). It is anticipated to be connected to the national grid by the end of 2010.

The future photovoltaic power plant will have an annual output of around 18,900 megawatt hours of electrical energy, and will therefore be able to provide some 6,000 households with environmentally friendly solar energy. Compared with electricity produced from coal, this will mean a saving of about 13,000 tons of carbon dioxide each year.

Together with planning and construction, M+W Groups scope of supply also includes support for official approvals that are already available. The property and project rights have been secured by M+W Group for 20 years. Around 72,500 multicrystaline photovoltaic modules are being used that are assembled across a 50 hectare area. Numerous grid-connected inverters will ensure that the direct current produced by the modules is converted into grid-connected alternating current.

 

 

Further Information: M+W Group (www.mwgroup.net)

 

 

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