Vienna/Jesi, August 09 2022. Photovoltaic expert CCEN from Jesi, Italy, is still dynamically expanding its business activity in Italy. The group’s core business is developing PV-plants all around Italy and preparing their building permits.
CCEN is a successful joint venture off Austrian CCE an Enernovum from Cologne/Germany.
Kickoff for building a 41 MWp PV-Plant in Montalto di Castro
As a developer and project manager CCEN got a PV-Plant with 41 MWp in Montalto di Castro off the ground. It will cover the electric need of more than 20.000 households. Furthermore CCEN signed a contract with COMAL SpA, a specialist for building large scaled open-space PV-plants. The Plant Montalto di Castro in the region Viterbo is owned by the CCE Holding and the first asset built in this constellation.
Further permits around Rome
After a short period of prearrangement, CCEN was also given the building permit for the Agro-PV-plant Bomarzo with a capacity of 43,5 MWp.
Agro-PV makes it possible to use land in two kinds: for agriculture an gaining electric energy. Bomarzo will combine photovoltaics with sheep farming.
Within few weeks CCEN also completed to more building permits for PV-Plant Ardea (5MWp) and Santa Lucia (13,9 MWp).
Sandro Esposito, General Manager CCEN Italy: “Developing four plants until ready-to-build in a very short time is a big effort for us. Espacially in the region Lazio in the north of Rome is more and more becoming a strong hotspot for renewable energy. The latest four plants will save 63.000 tons of CO2 per year and cover the electric need for an additional 55.000 households. We are happy to be part of a worldwide energy transition!
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