IBC SOLAR Energy, the international project division of IBC SOLAR AG, has completed the 43 megawattpeak (MWp) “MET Kabai Solar Park” in Hungary. The solar park was connected to the Hungarian public grid on the 24th September 2020
October 15, 2020. By News Bureau
<span style="color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: " open="" sans",="" roboto,="" "fira="" dejavu,="" "bitstream="" vera",="" sans-serif;"="">For a long time, Hungary trailed behind the rest of Europe as far as renewable energies were concerned. Now, the country is catching up rapidly. The target issued by the EU-Directive 2009/28/EC for 2020 was surpassed as early as 2017 with a share of renewable energies of 13.3 per cent. Now, the new target for the share of renewable energies in the total energy mix is set for 14.65 per cent by the end of 2020. The grid connection of the new PV solar park will take Hungary a huge step forward towards reaching its target.
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