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INTEC Partners with Chint Solar to Build Largest Solar Power Plant in Denmark

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INTEC Energy Solutions (INTEC) is thrilled to announce a new partnership with Chint Solar (CHINT) – a global provider of smart energy solutions. This partnership supports INTEC’s goal of providing “world-class solar EPC solutions”, and combines in-house engineering services with cutting-edge technology in support of the global decarbonization efforts.

The INTEC and CHINT partnership has signed an agreement with Danish solar developer BeGreen A/S for the construction of one of Northern Europe’s largest solar power-plant portfolios. The 328 MWp Brilliant portfolio comprises three large-scale solar power plants at Barmosen (137.3 MWp), Bregentved (111.7 MWp), Vildbjerg (66.7 MWp), and additional expansion of 13 MWp, to be constructed as turnkey projects. The Brilliant portfolio contributes to BeGreen’s long-term strategy of subsidy-free sustainable renewable development.

INTEC and CHINT have worked successfully together on various EPC projects in recent years. Through this new strategic partnership, the two companies will be able to leverage their unique market presences and accelerate the global transition to renewable energy sources. The partnership is well-positioned to meet the demands of the current global decarbonization plan through clean solar power. Within the next three years, the partnership plans to sustainably grow the EPC portfolio of realized projects across Europe.

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“With the ability to deliver the best EPC services, INTEC is dedicated to maintaining its focus on high-quality customer service with an extraordinary commitment to global decarbonization through clean solar power. Sustainability matters, and is our objective. We are delighted to be partnering with CHINT – a renowned name in the renewable energy sector – in support of BeGreen in the attainment of its sustainability targets,” said INTEC CEO Adrien Joseph.

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