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French energy producer Engie SA has started construction of an 8.6 MWp solar farm in southern Romania to help building materials manufacturer Compagnie de Saint-Gobain SA meet local energy requirements. BalkanEngineer.com has learned this from Renewablesnow.com.
The photovoltaic park will be located on the site of Saint-Gobain's glass factory in Calarasi and will be equipped with 15,760 modules covering a total area of 14 ha. Its capacity is expected to be over 14,000 MWh per year and will be used exclusively for Saint-Gobain's own consumption needs.
The ground-mounted solar farm will provide about 20% of the energy needed to operate Saint-Gobain's glass production facility, offsetting more than 2,400 t of carbon dioxide emissions per year.
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