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BUSINESS - COMPANY NEWS

GCL-SI and Solarpro Join Forces to Build One of the Largest Solar Projects in Hungary

Built on 40 hectares in Szazhalombatta, near Budapest, partially on the site of the Dunamenti Power Plant, the Park will produce enough electricity to supply approximately 9,000 households.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Tehag site. Rated power - 16.572MWp DC

Tehag site. Rated power - 16.572MWp DC

BUSINESS - COMPANY NEWS

Source : GCL-SI

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GCL System Integration Technology Co., Ltd. (GCL-SI), the world's leading one-stop solutions provider for solar projects, and Solarpro Holding AD (Solarpro), one of the leading turn-key EPC players in the CEE and MENA PV sector, have successfully delivered 21 MW Poly Perc modules for the construction of MET Dunai Solar Park ("the Park") one of the largest photovoltaic power plants in Hungary.

Built on 40 hectares in Szazhalombatta, near Budapest, partially on the site of the Dunamenti Power Plant, the Park will produce enough electricity to supply approximately 9,000 households. Consisting of two single sub-projects with 1,200 kWh/kWp annual specific yield that have an estimated energy production of 25,546 MWh per year.

The Park is owned by MET Group. MET Group is an integrated European energy company, headquartered in Switzerland, with activities in natural gas, power and oil, that is focused on multi-commodity wholesale, trading and sales, as well as energy infrastructure and industrial assets. MET Group is represented in 15 European countries, with more than 1,700 permanent staff in Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and the United Kingdom.

The involvement of GCL-SI in such projects demonstrates the company's commitment to the further development of the photovoltaic industry by supplying reliable and quality products worldwide. "We will continue to expand our presence in Europe as we strive to bring green, renewable power to more and more people," said Mr. Luo Xin.

To ensure the quality of the products, their on-time delivery and overall safety, GCL-SI follows stringent industry and local standards.