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France’s largest solar energy array built in just 6 months

France’s Biggest Rooftop Solar Array Using Hanwha Solar Panels by Energy Matters, 23 Sept 12 Hanwha Group has announced it delivered 7.7 MW of  solar modules for the largest rooftop installation in France.

A  Rion-des-Landes building designed for the cultivation of ginseng is now sporting 36,900 PV panels in total. The rooftop is massive, covering 9 hectares. The solar array is expected to generate 10,000,000 kilowatt hours annually, enough to supply the needs of 4,000 households.

Constructed  by Solvéo Energie, the project was finished in just 6 months.
“The cooperation with Hanwha Solar made the realization of this huge project possible,” said Jean-Marc Matéos, President of Solvéo Energie. “The professionalism and responsiveness of service that Hanwha Solar displayed during the process have significantly contributed to the successful construction.”

As well as commercial solar power installations; Hanwha SolarOne panels are also used in residential installs. Offering guaranteed power output, Hanwha SolarOne modules perform particularly well in low-light conditions..  http://www.energymatters.com.au/index.php?main_page=news_article&article_id=3391

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September 24, 2012 - Posted by | France, renewable

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