Vattenfall begins solar expansion in the Netherlands

Swedish utility Vattenfall has begun installing solar modules in its three solar farms in the Netherlands. The facilities are a part of Vattenfall's EUR 100 million investment plan for solar energy.

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The first solar panels have been installed at Velsen in the Netherlands – the next solar farm in Vattenfall's portfolio, the Swedish utility writes in a press statement.

The remaining 7,300 solar panels will be installed at the Velsen project in the following weeks. The site is being developed as a crowd-funding project in which investors are clients of Nuon, Vattenfall's Dutch subsidiary.

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