CMC to built the biggest solar plant in Hungary

CMC to built the biggest solar plant in Hungary

Published at: 2019-06-19 09:58 | Author: CIJ Serbia
The Chinese company China National Machinery Import and Export has started construction on a new solar plant in Hungary. The company laid the cornerstone this week in Kaposvar in project expected to cost nearly HUF 32bn. The 100 megawatt solar plant is expected to be the largest in Central Europe. Its construction is in line with Hungary's climate policy which targets carbon neutrality for its energy sector by the year 2050. The scheduled completion of construction work is December 2019. Attending the event marking the beginning of construction, Innovation and technology minister László Palkovics said “The solar park will contribute to developing a well-balanced and sustainable energy mix in Hungary and guarantee the country’s energy security.”

Similar Stories:

Enlight opens €189m wind farm in Serbia
A new 104.5 MW wind farm installed with 38 generators has opened in Kovacica, northern Ser  »
Bulgartransgaz signs €1.1bn pipeline contract with Arkad
Bulgaria's gas operator Bulgartransgaz signed a €1.1bn contract with Saudi-led cons  »
Dechra Pharmaceuticals opens solar power plant in Croatia
Genera, a subsidiary of the UK veterinary products manufacturer Dechra Pharmaceuticals, op  »
Končar to refurbish hydropower plant in Bulgaria
A consortium between of Croatian concern Končar KET and Czech-based ČKD Blansko will wor  »
Energoprojekt as investor is obliged to build a 40,000 sqm railway station, which includes   »