France's Helexia Installing Auchan Hungary Rooftop PV Panels
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French renewables company Helexia, a subsidiary of Voltalia SA, has installed the panels for the first three of 20 rooftop solar systems totaling 25 MW it is delivering for retail group Auchan in Hungary.
Voltalia announced that Helexia is in charge of developing, constructing, financing, and commissioning the photovoltaic arrays, spread throughout 20 locations.
The renewables company estimates it will have gradually build the remaining 17 sites by the end of this year and during 2023.
Once up and running, the 20 rooftop PV systems should be able to generate more than 25.6 GWh (gigawatt-hours) per year, equivalent to the annual consumption of a city with 20,000 inhabitants.
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