The plant is located in Central Italy and was grid connected in 2011 under the Italian government feed-in tariff scheme Conto Energia. The plant uses modules from Trina and TS Solar and inverters from ABB. The panels are fixed and ground mounted. Solar 21 owns 100% of the project. The energy yield is 1,393 kWh/kWp.
2,835 tonnes per annum
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