Clean Energy Generation Project

Solar energy generation in El Salvador to generate 354 Kv, with the installation of 864 photovoltaic panels in a 3,500 square meter area.

Tuesday, April 5, 2022

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"In San Salvador a project of clean energy generation is planned to be executed, which consists of the installation of solar panels on the roof of an industrial building.
 
An annual production of 354 kwp is estimated, and 864 photovoltaic panel modules will be installed to generate electricity, covering a 3,500 square meter area.

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