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Crown Bevcan's Plant, France
A&G has undertaken the electrical works at the new Crown Bevcan's aluminum packaging plant, located at the Custines region of France.
Six Photovoltaic plants in Turkey
A&G's work to protect the environment continues outside the Greek borders. In the neighboring Turkey, the company counts the construction of mechanical, electrical and earthworks works concern the following 6 units:
8MWp PV Plant in the Karabuk region of Turkey
9.4MWp PV Plant in the Coru region
8MWp PV Plant in the Erzurum region
7MWp PV Plant in the Gaziantep region of Turkey
4.7MWp PV Plant in the Kayseri region
2.5MWp PV Plant in the Pamuklu region of the country
5MWp solar power plant in Saftsbury, UK
A&G Powering Construction's works for the construction and installation of Photovoltaic plants have been expanded to the United Kingdom. Specifically in the Shaftesbury area of the United Kingdom, A&G proceeded with the construction of mechanical, electrical and earthworks for the 5MWp Photovoltaic plant.
Photovoltaic Plant 2.5MWp, Fier, Albania
In Fier, Albania, the A&G Powering Constructions works for the construction of Photovoltaic Plants, continue. For this specific project, the company carried out the construction of mechanical, electrical and earthworks in a 2.5MWp Photovoltaic Plants.
Iran Photovoltaic Plant
The construction of the new 10MW photovoltaic plant, near the city of Qom in the Islamic Republic of Iran, in ownership of Iran's Ghadir Electricity and Energy Company, has been successfully completed by A&G Powering Construction.
In particular, the photovoltaic station covers an area of 200 acres and the, approximately, 39,000 photovoltaic panels have been installed on 60 solar trackers, increasing the efficiency of the station by 30%.
It is worth noting that an agreement with the Renewable Energy Organization of Iran (SUNA) has already been concluded, regarding the utilization of the generated power, for a 20-year period.