MET Group cuts ribbon on 96-MWp photo voltaic duo in Hungary

Switzerland-based vitality firm MET Group has accomplished two photo voltaic tasks with a complete capability of 96 MWp in Hungary and the crops are already in operation.

MET Gerjen Photo voltaic Park with a capability of 51 MWp is positioned in southern Hungary and MET Sojtor Photo voltaic Park of 45 MWp is in western Hungary. The 2 services with a mixed space of 170 hectares (420.1 acres) had been commissioned in a number of phases, MET mentioned on Friday.

The electrical energy produced by the 2 photo voltaic parks is fed into the grid via newly put in high-voltage substations. The output must be sufficient to produce about 50,000 households.

The Swiss group is in search of to put in 2 GW of renewable capability by 2026 and has undertaken a number of steps to attain this objective. In November 2022, MET formed a joint venture with a unit of Singaporean conglomerate Keppel Corp Ltd (SGX:BN4) to focus on 1 GW of photo voltaic and onshore wind capability in Western Europe.

As well as, it entered Spain, Italy, Poland and Romania via the acquisition of renewable vitality tasks.

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