Germany will pay for 50 MW solar power in Denmark

Danish developer European Energy took home the prize in the EU's first transnational tender for solar panel projects, at a price never before seen in the region.

Last year, European Energy constructed the solar panel farm Vandel of 70 MW. This experience has helped win a new major tender, according to the CEO. | Photo: European Energy

European Energy won a tender to construct 50 MW solar panels in five farms located in Denmark.

This is noteworthy in and of itself as it constitutes four times as much solar energy as has been connected to the grid so far in 2016. However, that is just one remarkable aspect about the future job slated for the Danish developer.

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