OPDE starts work in solar power facilities totaling 19.3 MW in Italy, Spain
The new plants will feature Mecasolar tracking systems and fixed structures, SMA inverters, and Trina and Canadian Solar modules
October 17, 2011 — OPDE, a multinational company specializing in the development, construction, and maintenance of photovoltaic solar farms, has started the construction of four solar plants in Italy and Spain whose total power will be 19.3 MW.
The new plants will feature Mecasolar tracking systems and fixed structures, SMA inverters, and Trina and Canadian Solar modules.
Among the plants to be connected by OPDE by the end of this year there is the one in Ablitas, Navarra, with 8.8 MW.
In addition, the company has started building three photovoltaic solar farms in Italy, which together reach up to 10.5 MW. The farms are located in Pozzolo Formigaro, Piedmont (4.1 MW), Sale (1.7 MW), and Pontesura (4.66 MW).
OPDE sources said the company is in contact with many clients and investment funds, both in Europe and in North America, for the sale of photovoltaic solar plants. Recently, the company reported the sale of three facilities in Italy valued at $75.6 million (total: 13.2 MW) to the investment company ForVEI.