Published: March 24 2023
Two new solar power plants built near Szeged, Hungary will provide electricity to around 25,000 households per year, and will reduce national carbon dioxide emissions by 28,000 tonnes. The first plant located near the town of Sándorfalva has been completed in five months time, two months ahead of schedule, and will have its technical transfer at the end of March. The facility spans almost 52 thousand square meters, with over 43 thousand panels, 140 kilometers of cable, and a total performance of 28 thousand MWh per year.
- Two new solar power plants near Szeged will provide electricity to 25,000 households a year
- The plants will produce 28,000 tonnes of CO2 savings each year
- The first plant to be operational was built in 5 months, two months ahead of schedule
- The facility has almost 52 thousand square meters of panels, 140 kilometers of cable and a performance of 28 thousand MWh per year.
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