Astronergy will provide EPC and O&M services for the 29 MW solar power plant in Denmark, which covers about 42.84 hectares with about 52,560 pieces of modules to be installed.
HOFOR, the owner of this project, is the largest public utility company in Denmark, which mainly provides water supply, wastewater management, district heating, district cooling and natural gas supply services.
It is one of many solar projects Astronergy has carried out in Denmark, which has successfully created a model for the construction and operation of overseas solar power stations.
The project has officially started the construction, and is planned to be put into production since the spring of 2023. Astronergy will continue to provide O&M services for the project within the next two years after the project is finished. The solar power station is expected to generate 35 million kWh annually, providing clean energy for about 9,000 households, and reducing about 20,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions.
As one of the countries with the highest electricity prices in Europe, the Danish government has introduced policies to vigorously promote the development of renewable energy in this country. The local photovoltaic market has expanded steadily and has become one of the most attractive markets overseas.