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Solarpro, GreenYellow team up to build PV plants in Eastern Europe

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Bulgarian solar energy group Solarpro Holding and France-based decentralized solar photovoltaic (PV) production company GreenYellow entered a strategic partnership to co-invest in large scale on-site self-consumption solar power plants in Eastern Europe, the two companies said, according to Renewables Now.

The first joint project will be a 4 MWp (megawatt-peak) PV power plant developed for the Bulgarian operations of Belgium-based soda ash maker Solvay, Solarpro and GreenYellow said in a joint statement as cited by website Renewables Now. The PV plant is expected to produce 5,300 MWh (megawatt-hour) of green energy on an annual basis.

Last month, North Macedonia's government signed a contract with Solarpro Holding for the construction of a 50 MW photovoltaic power plant at the location of an old mine in Oslomej as part of a public-private partnership with state-owned electricity company ESM.

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