Solar Cells Hellas Group
Solar Cells Hellas Group provides high quality professional solutions for the realization of renewable energy sources (RES) projects, including the development of techno economic studies for energy and energy saving projects as well as the design, procurement of equipment, construction, operation and maintenance of PV plants.
The Group is the first vertically integrated PV producer in Southeast Europe, operating state-of-the art production equipment, of the highest industrial standards, to produce high quality wafers, cells and modules.
Solar Cells Hellas Group manages a PV portfolio with total capacity 400 MW in the Greek territory, 300 MW of which are owned parks and are included in Fast Track process, ensuring speedy completion of the licensing process. The Groups consists of several companies, some of which are listed below.
Solar Cells Hellas - So far, Solar Cells Hellas has constructed and connected to the grid photovoltaic parks with total capacity of more than 45MW and provides maintenance services and operating more than 35MW.
Solar Cells Hellas was founded in 2006 and constitutes the first production unit of the Group, with an annual capacity of 40 MWp for wafer and 40 MWp for cells production. The building, covering an area of 6800 m2, located on 21700 m2, houses state-of-the-art equipment, ensuring production of the highest international standards.
Soltech - The production facilities of the Group are complemented with the equipment of Soltech, which was founded in 2006 and has the production capacity of 40 ?Wp for wafers, 30 MWp for cells and 30 MWp for panels, thus covering the market needs for PV system installations.
The building is located on the same plot as that of Solar Cells Hellas covering an area of 7200 m2, while 116 new working places are created. The equipment has been purchased from leading suppliers in Germany, Switzerland and the US and is using the most advanced technology for production and quality control according to the most stringent requirements in the sector.
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