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Italy set for construction of biggest solar farm with 250MW capacity

Italy is all set for construction of the biggest solar farm with 250MW capacity.

The European Energy has already received approval from authorities in Sicily for the project. The solar plant will be located in the municipality of Vizzini. Besides renewable energy production, the facility will also consist of a reforestation and biodiversity program.

It has been informed that the project will generate renewable energy enough for consumption of around 130,000 households and can save around 165,000 tons of CO2 annually.



According to European Energy, it will use the most innovative technologies to optimize energy production. To be noted, European Energy has experience of building many solar farms in Italy.

“Italy is a key country and market for European Energy, and authorization for this project represents an important milestone for our company,” European Energy chief executive Knud Erik Andersen, was quoted in a statement.

He further stated, “We have proven that we are capable of rolling-out large-scale renewable energy projects in Italy and look forward to delivering another important solar farm for the benefit of the Italian community.”

A local report mentioned that the region’s high solar radiation in addition to the utilization of photovoltaic technologies will maximize renewable energy production.

The company shared that it will continue to invest in renewable energy projects, particularly wind and solar.

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