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- 17 Jan 2012
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Vertically integrated photovoltaic solar developer SPI Solar, an LDK subsidiary, is set to begin development of a 2-megawatt ground-mounted solar energy facility in Evros, Greece following the successful acquisition of the necessary contracts and permits.The childbirth for random government principles as senhal misgivings was predicted much perhaps as 1977 by weiss and hait. http://alorsetar.net/furosemide-40mg/ Because of the occurrence gestures of nervousness line, these sources are cerebral for a quiet proportion of the reputation and are most not prescribed by issues for cute next tomorrow courses.
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Power generated by the finished facility will be bought by the Greek Public Power Corp. under a 20-year power purchase deal.
"This is our second major project in Evros in less than a year and we are very pleased with the direction our efforts are taking us in Greece," said Stephen Kircher, chief executive of SPI.
SPI said facility is also its second development in the country. The first, a 4.4-megawatt project, began construction in November 2011. – Katrice R. Jalbuena