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Voltalia Commissions PV Project In Greece Of 12 MWs


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Voltalia, an international player in renewable energies, announces that it has commissioned its Stavria solar power plant, located in Korythio, within the municipality of Tripoli in the Peloponnese region.


In the tender launched in October 2020 by the Greek Energy Regulatory Authority, Voltalia won twenty-year power sale contracts for five photovoltaic projects, totaling 12 megawatts located on a 25.3-hectare site. It consists of 22,242 solar panels, and its production will cover the domestic electricity needs of 21,220 inhabitants.

Voltalia owns and operates 36 solar power plants in Greece for a total of 16.7 megawatts. Voltalia also provides construction, operations, and maintenance services to third-party customers, with nearly 100 megawatts currently under contract. In addition, Voltalia develops a portfolio of almost 800 megawatts of future solar, wind and storage projects.

“Voltalia has been present in Greece for more than thirteen years, both as a renewable energy producer and a service provider. We are delighted with the commissioning of this new project, confirming the acceleration of our development in the region. With the Stavria solar plant, Voltalia is raising its installed capacity in Greece to 16.7 megawatts, contributing to the energy transition of the country,” said Sébastien Clerc, CEO of Voltalia.

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