The meeco Group contracted 200 kW rooftop projects in Greece

Installations to be connected to the grid by end of Q1 2012

SunCarrier Services Hellas S.A., the fully owned Greek subsidiary of the Swiss-based meeco Group has recently contracted two new roof turnkey PV projects. The projects are located in the municipality of Aspropyrgos, Attica with a nominal capacity of 100 kWp each.


George Kitoudis, Director of SunCarrier Services Hellas S.A. explains: "The projects will utilize 850 units 235Wp modules of BYD, as well as six units KACO Powador 39.0 TL3 inverters. The parks are estimated to yield a total of 280.000 kWh of energy produced per year, which amounts to yearly savings of approximately 180 tons in CO2 emissions.

The construction will be executed by THRICON Energy Co. The connection to the grid is expected by the end of the first quarter 2012

Active in the Greek PV market since late 2008, The meeco Group's subsidiary has been continuously adding projects to the Group's portfolio.

For further information visit: www.meeco.net

For press requests please contact: Konstantin Wolf, Telephone: +49–351–316 05 15, E‐Mail: info@meeco.net

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