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Upsolar has been selected to provide modules for a 2 MW project by RSEnergy Hellas Solartechnik Ltd. (RSEnergy), an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) firm based in Greece. The agreement is based on a long-term partnership with RSEnergy, Upsolar says.

Located in Igoumenitsa, the solar PV system will provide clean power to a private Greek investor. Upsolar notes that its Greek project portfolio now includes more than 55 MW of modules shipped since it established Upsolar Greece in 2010.




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