This Wednesday, Vattenfall's Dutch subsidiary Nuon announced a contract with super market chain Hoogvliet. At 14 super markets as well as one bakery, 6,000 solar panels will be installed to generate an annual 1,400 MWh.
And these will not be the only panels baking in Vattenfall's sun. Nuon is currently developing 200 MW in the Netherlands and from there, Vattenfall is planning to increase with an expansion on other Northern European markets. For this reason, the company is "on the lookout for potential projects in Germany, the UK, Denmark, Sweden and adjacent countries", writes the firm.
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