Avenston expands cooperation with suppliers and installers of metal structures

Avenston and Fortunato Solar announce their intentions to expand cooperation in the field of solar energy in the next three years. Over the past, the companies have implemented a number of projects for the construction of roof solar power plants and from 2019 will jointly enter a segment of land mounted commercial solar power plants.

Among the plans of companies is the construction of several joint projects in 2019 with aggregate capacity not less than 25 MW. For this, Fortunato Solar plans to provide the necessary special equipment – ramming machines with the ability to scoop 10 thousand pales per month (roughly for 5-8 megawatts installed capacity), loaders, self-propelled concrete mixing plant, etc. If necessary, it is planned to involve an excavator or a grader. At the moment, the partner is ready to provide Avanston with metal structures in an amount sufficient to install solar panels with a nominal capacity of at least 4-5 megawatts per month.

On November 28, 2019 the partners signed an appropriate Memorandum of Cooperation and began active preparations for the next season. This is another important step towards Aveston’s ambitious plans to build at least 300 MW in 2019.

«Авенстон» расширяет сотрудничество

Avenston LLC is a general contractor in projects related to the design, construction and operation of commercial solar power plants. Fortunato Solar LLC is a manufacturer and engaged in assembling works for the installation of steel structures for the installation of solar photovoltaic modules.

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