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Solar PV, thermal panel plant opens in Skopje

Solar PV thermal panel plant opens in Skopje

Photo: Government of Macedonia

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May 28, 2018

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PiKCELL Group, in partnership with Solar Power, has unveiled a plant to produce solar photovoltaic (PV) and thermal panels in Skopje, the Macedonian media reported.

This is the first such plant in Macedonia and the region, according to the reports.

The investment is expected to reach EUR 5 million by the end of the year.

The plant, spanning 1,500 square meters, currently employs 20 people, according to reports.

According to Goran Paunov, top man at PiKCELL Group, the plant can produce PV panels with a total capacity of 20 MW annually.

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Inyang Archibong / June 1, 2020

I want to discuss solar pv thermal solutions and technology for water board treatment plant

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