Abi hires Jaha Solar to build rooftop PV system of 2.1 MW in Kosovo*

Abi Jaha Solar rooftop PV 2 1 MW Kosovo

Photo: Jaha Solar


May 6, 2021






May 6, 2021





Retailer and dairy producer Abi from Prizren signed an agreement for a rooftop solar power system with a peak capacity of 2.13 MW.

Jaha Solar said it would build a rooftop photovoltaic system for Abi, a company that produces food and owns retail stores, a shopping center and a hotel. The domestic solar panel producer added it would be the largest facility of its kind in Kosovo* and the region.

Abi hired Jaha Solar for the design, supply and installation of a photovoltaic system with a peak capacity of 2.13 MW, according to the announcement. The company based in Prizren processes fruits and vegetables and has factories for chemical and dairy products.

Jaha Solar, established in 2016, added its new client is joining local businesses that contribute to the protection of the environment. The firm said it designed and installed solar power plants with a total peak capacity of 10 MW.

* This designation is without prejudice to positions on status and is in line with UNSCR 1244/99 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo declaration of independence.
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