Alumil Solar: 160MW Total Installed Capacity in 2020

//Alumil Solar: 160MW Total Installed Capacity in 2020

As the year is coming to an end, Alumil Solar confirms and reinforces its international presence in the renewable energy sector. The company added 160MW of total installed capacity to its portfolio of completed projects in which its innovative photovoltaic mounting systems were used. Thus, the total installed capacity of Alumil Solar’s project portfolio exceeds 1.5GW.

Despite the adverse circumstances caused by Covid-19 pandemic, it is a positive sign that renewable energy projects towards a cleaner and healthier environment, continue throughout 2020. Renewable energy is a fast-growing field and in Alumil Solar we are excited to contribute towards its further development. Solar power sector not only supports the energy transition but also opens new job opportunities, creating a healthy environment that can revive the economic system.

Since January 2020, Alumil Solar has participated in PV projects with a total capacity of 160MW, showing consistency to its vision of a brighter future that incorporates sustainability and environmental protection, while meeting high energy demands. The projects took place in several countries such as Greece, Cyprus, Hungary, Albania, Serbia, Croatia, and Romania.

Alumil Solar made use of its certified and innovative mounting structures for photovoltaic panels and in collaboration with leading EPC companies such as "Green Line Energy","Sunel Group", "Metka", contributed to the completion of the projects. Considering the requirements and location of each project we met high quality standards, offering the most suitable solution from our wide range of products.

With 20 years of experience in large-scale PV projects, one of the most advanced R&D departments, modern production facilities and an experienced team of engineers, Alumil Solar successfully provides support from the beginning to the end of each project worldwide.

2020-12-01T12:39:04+02:00 December 1st, 2020|Business News|