ET Solar Completes a 7.8 MWp PV Power Plant in Israel for EDF
ET Solar Energy Corp. ("ET Solar"), a leading smart energy solutions provider, announces that its German EPC subsidiary ET Solutions AG, based in Munich, Germany, announces that it has successfully engineered and commissioned a 7.8 megawatt (MWp) PV power plant in Israel for EDF Energies Nouvelles, one of the world's leading electric utility companies.
Located in Mishmar Hanegev, approximately 100 km south of Tel-Aviv, the project was constructed in cooperation with ET Solar's Israeli partners G-Systems and Elmor. ET Solar provided electrical design and plant layout, quality control, construction supervision, and commissioning services. This new solar power facility will generate over 13.8 million kilowatt hours of clean and renewable energy each year.
Mr. Dennis She, President and CEO of ET Solar, commented, "The successful completion of this project demonstrated that our EPC service is further recognized by global top ranked investors and utility suppliers for its quality standards and execution ability. Moreover, we are happy to cooperate with local partners, and thus create a competitive advantage for them in their local markets. It is a win-win for both of us and our partners."
ET Solar has been active in Israel since 2009 with a robust growth of market share reaching cumulatively over 40 megawatts (MWp) in module sales and successful projects.
About ET Solar
ET Solar is a leading smart energy solutions provider. With local sales and marketing subsidiaries and offices in Asia, Europe, North America, and South America, ET Solar has provided turnkey solutions services, solar modules, and PV balance of system components to its customers in over 60 countries.
EDF Energies Nouvelles, a French renewable energy corporation, owned by French electric utility Electricite de France, is one of the world's leading electric utility companies. It develops, builds, and exploits power stations of green electricity, mainly in Europe and North America. It was formed in 2004 and is primarily involved in the production of wind power in Europe and the United States.