A drastic reduction in output of solar module panels by Chinese manufacturers, prompted by electricity shortages in the country as well as limited availability of PV materials, is heavily impacting RES sector investors in Greece.
Numerous local investors who had placed PV orders quite some time ago have been informed, by Chinese manufacturers, of delays for indefinite periods. Developers face the same problem.
PV prices have surge amid the extraordinary conditions making it extremely tricky, if not impossible, for Chinese manufacturers to price their products.
The energy crisis in China has forced the government to impose electricity consumption limits on industrial producers, which has hampered their operating capacity.
In response, many large-scale PV producers in China have chosen to suspend their operations, deeming as unfeasible the prospect of producing for a limited number of hours per day.
Five of the country’s PV producers, Longi, Jinko, Trina, JA and Risen, have issued a joint statement noting that, under the current conditions, their output cannot exceed 70 percent of capacity.
Survey Digital Photovoltaics signed within January 2021 contracts for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of eleven (11) photovoltaic parks of 400kW and 500kW, in various areas throughout Greece. Specifically, they are the following projects:
- Mesovarda Spata – 499.5 kW
- Velanideza Spata – 499.5 kW
- Voula-Varda Spata – 499.5 kW
- Peristeria-Sykamino Oropos – 399.60 kW
- Goumia Ampelonas Larissa – 499.5 kW
- Evernozi Ampelonas Larissa – 499.5 kW
- Kasian Tyrnavos Larissa – 499.5 kW
- Kotroules Tyrnavos Larissa – 499.5 kW
- Dalouka – Nea Aghialos – Volos – 499.60 kW
- Souvala – Nea Aghialos – Volos – 399.60 kW
- Gefiraki – Nea Aghialos – Volos – 399.60 kW
The equipment that will be used for the panels is from the companies Trina, Upsolar and Znshine, while for the inverters from the companies Sungrow, Huawei and Goodwe. The projects will be financed by National Bank of Greece Leasing and Alpha Bank, and will have completed their construction by the end of April 2021.
Along with the complete package of EPC services, Survey Digital supports its customers in receiving very competitive financing packages, through Alpha Bank. For mature projects looking for a quality EPC package accompanied by a flexible funding program, Survey Digital executives are available to discuss possible collaboration. Those interested can contact the company at 210 6044212 or via email at email@example.com.