Bucharest, March 26, 2013
The EPC contractor Egnatia Romania, supplier of turn-key services for photovoltaic projects, announces that has finalized the works and connected to the national electricity grid, photovoltaic parks in total of 10 MW, during December 2012 and January 2013.
More exactly, the EPC (engineering-procurement-construction) Egnatia Romania developed and connected to the grid a 3 MW photovoltaic project in Bistrita, on December 21, 2012. The project was developed for Romanian private investors. The EPC contractor announces that for this PV project there were used REC 250 panels and Power One inverters.
Another 6 MW photovoltaic project was coupled to the electricity network for foreign private investors by Egnatia Romania in Varasti, Giurgiu County, on January 21, 2013. The Varasti PV park was completed using Yingli PV panels and Power One inverters.
Egnatia Romania has also finalized recently a 1 MW photovoltaic park in Targu Frumos, Iasi County, for foreign private investors.
Up until now, EPC contractor Egnatia Romania has developed and connected to the Romanian electricity grid photovoltaic parks totaling 12.7 MW, for several investors, during the last 8 months. Moreover, the company has under implementation several solar projects for Q1 and Q2 of this year.
About Egnatia Romania
Egnatia Romania operates on the local market since 2005. The Greek company is involved in projects in the construction and telecommunication sectors, is turn-key provider for photovoltaic parks and also installs towers for wind measurements. Egnatia Romania is the turn-key contractor for a 10,000 square meters industrial hall for Alumil company. Egnatia Romania counts 40 employees in Romania.
For further information visit the company’s new website:www.egnatia-rom.ro