Unisun Announces Grid Connection for 19.59MW PV Project in Romania
WUXI, China, Jan. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Wuxi, China-based Unisun announced that three photovoltaic (PV) power plants with a total installed capacity of 19.59MW, in which the company has invested and for which the company is acting as an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor, were successfully connected to the grid and have received six green certificates. The Dej, Setra and Clue plants have installed capacities of 5.98MW, 6.4MW and 7.14MW respectively.
The 19.59MW project is co-invested by Unisun and Zhejiang International Trade New Energy Investment. Unisun Energy GmbH, the German division of Unisun, serves as the EPC contractor, and the Romanian division of Unisun is responsible for green certificate sales, operations and maintenance. The three plants are expected to generate up to 8 million euros in electricity and subsidy revenues annually.
The plant in Dej, Cluj, Romania is expected to generate 7 million kWh of electricity annually, meeting the daily power needs of at 4,000 local households. The Setra and Clue plants in Brasov, Romania, with a combined capacity of 13.54MW, are expected to generate 15 million kWh of electricity annually, meeting the daily power needs of 10,000 local households. From design to construction supervision, the three plants, based on a Germany's PV power plant construction management system, are led by a German project team.
Unisun, a member of Wuxi Guolian Development Group, is a global developer of PV power plants and provider of green electricity. Headquartered in Wuxi, it has subsidiaries and offices in Japan, the U.S., Germany, Turkey, Poland and Hong Kong. The team, having developed and invested in PV projects totaling more than 500MW in installed capacity, is one of the world's largest and most experienced group of EPC contractors. Unisun has a global presence in more than ten new energy markets and an extensive experience in policy and market research, project development, engineering management, financial services, government relations, legislation and taxation. Guided by Wuxi Guolian Development Group's new energy strategy and with the financial support it provides, Unisun is committed to creating world-class PV assets.
Unisun Energy GmbH is a wholly-owned subsidiary and the global headquarters for engineering technology management at Unisun. It has an international engineering technology team led by Wolfgang Loy, a renowned German expert in PV engineering technology, and a European project management team with several Chinese experts.