ECITIM completes 13 PV parks, with a power of over 6 MW

Alina Oprea
ECITIM, a Romanian start-up in the field of energy, has completed 13 photovoltaic parks during the last year. They are fully functional and connected to the national electricity grid. The combined installed power of the photovoltaic parks exceeds 6 MW. The 13 photovoltaic parks were developed by ECITIM following an investment of over €6 million, in collaboration and with the contribution of over 500 partners and investors.

Established in April 2022, ECITIM announces that its development strategy aims to maintain the accelerated pace of building and connecting new photovoltaic parks.

By the end of the year, ECITIM estimates the completion of a new photovoltaic park. The next scheduled launch is Corlățel Solar Lake, at the beginning of November, with an installed power of 400 KW, this is the last one to be sold in the project stage, the other photovoltaic parks are to be sold after completion and connection to the grid.

"The completed investments and ECITIM's development goals underline our commitment to contribute to the diversification of Romania's energy mix and to facilitate energy investments for ordinary Romanians. With 13 solar parks already connected to the grid and other ongoing projects, we are aligning ourselves with national energy transition goals, while also offering tangible investment opportunities to the general public in a sector with a positive impact on communities and the environment," says Stelian Muscalu, Director of Development at ECITIM.

For 2024, ECITIM's plans aim to obtain a manufacturer's status, with the steps to obtain the license already being restricted.

Also, the company's development strategy takes into account the addition of 8 more photovoltaic parks to its portfolio, which allows it to expand its production capacity and offer while consolidating its position in the market.

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