Hanwha Q CELLS GmbH announced its involvement in solar net-metering projects in Greece.
More than 1,750 Q.PLUS-G4.3 multicrystalline solar modules of the Q CELLS brand were selected by Greek solar distributor and EPC Company Active Energy Solutions for installation at a 500kWp solar array at the Exalco Aluminum factory in Larisa, Greece.
Vassilis Lazaridis, Sales Representative, Greece, Hanwha Q CELLS, said, "Greece's reverse solar auctions and long-standing net-metering scheme are proving to be positive and pivotal tools in helping to restart growth in the Greek solar sector. The new FIT rates are very competitive, while projects such as this 500kWp Exalco installation highlight just how vital solar energy can be in helping businesses lower their energy bills."
A spokesperson for Active Energy Solutions added, "Exalco's new 500 kWp solar rooftop system is one of the largest net-metering projects in Greece. We wanted to ensure that the system would be cost-effective and reliable, while also constructed using high quality solar modules. Q CELLS'Q.PLUS-G4.3 modules fit the bill perfectly, and as a Q.Partner we were able to guarantee on-time delivery, installation, and peace of mind for our customer."