Electrocentrale completes 1.7 MW photovoltaic project

First Solar


July 6, 2015





July 6, 2015




The electric photovoltaic power plant at Chiscani in eastern Romania has been launched in the presence of Andrei Gerea, Minister of Energy, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises and Business Environment.

The project worth EUR 2.45 million has been developed by Electrocentrale Grup as the beneficiary and the association of Tractebel Engineering Romania as consultant and project manager, Electrasol Proiect as contractor and Electrica Distributie Muntenia Nord as network operator, The Diplomat magazine’s portal said in a report. The 1.7 MW project in Brăila county has been developed with funds secured by Electrocentrale, on almost 40.000 square meters of company’s land.

Work has been completed in February and the network connection has been put in place in June. Electrocentrale is controlled by the government through the Ministry of Energy. It was established in 2013 following the split of Termoelectrica SA, before the company had started the liquidation procedure, according to the agreement signed by the Romanian state with the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.

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