Greenergy inaugurated a new solar park in Paks

Greenergy, the majority owner of KÉSZ Group, implemented a 10 million euro worth green investment. The new solar park near Paks is capable to produce the electricity required for the energy consumption of more than 5,500 households and its specialty is that it follows the path of the Sun, so it keeps the panels always in the optimum angle of the light source. It enables a 15-20 per cent higher solar energy utilization and a more balanced energy production at daytime on an annual basis compared to the traditional systems. In the next 1 to 2 years Greenergy plans to implement further solar power plants and electricity storage facilities in the country.

As stated by solar panel installers, nowadays in Hungary 2 megawatt (MW) new solar cell production capacity per day is connected into the network. The today's result is certainly more because Greenergy Group constructed a 10 megawatt solar power plant near Paks, so it increased the possibility of energy self-supply in Hungary even further.

The new facility completed in the course of the 10 million euros project was connected to the network and the commercial operation will start in October. The power plant is capable to produce the electricity required for the average consumption of more than 5,500 households per year using renewing solar energy. It is done by using more than 44 inverters and 21,384 solar cell panels. It means that using a solar power plant the carbon dioxide footprint of Hungary can be reduced by four thousand tons in a year. The Greenergy Group founded in 2007 is an independent Hungarian energy company, the majority owner of which is KÉSZ Group. The company is engaged first of all in highly effective combined small power plants (producing electric and thermal energy) and utilizing renewing energy sources.

The specialty of the system is that it follows the path of the Sun, so it keeps the panels always in the optimum angle of the light source. It enables a 15-20 per cent higher solar energy utilization and a more balanced energy production at daytime on an annual basis compared to the traditional systems. The estimated production of the system will be 17 GWh in the first year" - said Levente László Dajbukát, CEO of Greenergy Group.

He added: "We continuously strive to increase the number of renewable energy power plants and the current energy crisis increases further the demand for alternative energies, so higher importance is given to reduction of external energy dependence. We believe that one of the most important elements of energy supply involving safe, competitive and the least environmental impact is decentralized energy production in the small power plants installed close to consumers".

Establishment of sustainable energy supply is prominently important for the Group and, accordingly, currently it has and operates several decentralized power plant units with low emission. Electricity production of small power plants is aggregated and controlled by Greenergy's own power plant control center, so these facilities appear as a virtual large power plant on the electricity and system control market.

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