Voltalia SA, announced the completion of its 12-MW Stravia solar farm in Greece’s Peloponnese area on Wednesday.
The photovoltaic (PV) facility, which comprises of 22,242 solar panels split across five solar farms, was awarded in the Greek Energy Regulatory Authority’s October 2020 procurement.
Stavria is a 25.3-hectare (62.5-acre) power plant in Korythio, Tripoli, that is attached to a 20-year electricity sales agreement (PPA).
According to a news statement from the French renewable power plants operator, the PV park’s output will be enough to meet the residential electricity demands of 21,220 people.
Voltalia has been in operation in Greece for over 13 years and presently owns and manages 36 solar PV facilities with a total capacity of 16.7 MW. The company also does construction and operation and maintenance (O&M) for roughly 100 MW of assets owned by third parties.
Voltalia is also creating about 800 MW of solar, wind, and storage projects, according to the company.