Alectris Announces Two New EPC Projects

March 17, 2023


EPC Project Completion

Alectris, a company that specializes in providing integrated operations, maintenance and asset management services for solar PV plants, has announced that it is currently working on two new engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) projects in Italy. The two rooftop solar projects will have a combined power capacity of 3MW and are set to be completed in spring 2023.

The projects involve the installation of a new PV system on the roof of two logistics centers in the north of Italy. The centers’ roofs are made of corrugated sheet metal, which is a suitable material for the preparation and installation of a photovoltaic system.

Both projects have been commissioned by a major Italian stakeholder in the renewable energy sector. Alectris will provide project-based engineering services to ensure that the projects are completed on time and within budget. The company’s suite of services includes project management, design, procurement, and construction oversight.


Rooftop PV Market

The report on the Europe Solar Power PV Market by Mordor Intelligence states that various governments in the region have implemented favorable policies to promote the utilization of rooftop PV arrays. For example, the European Commission mandated in May 2022 that public, commercial, and residential buildings have rooftop solar installations by 2027 and 2029, respectively. Additionally, the European Union has raised its renewable energy goal for 2030 from 40% to 45%.


Alectris Expertise

Alectris has a wealth of experience in the field of developing and servicing solar assets. The company’s expertise will be instrumental in ensuring the success of these two new projects. By providing flexible and customized solutions, Alectris can meet the unique needs of each client.

Alectris is proud to be working on these two new EPC projects in Italy. With a combined capacity of 3MW, these rooftop solar projects will help to further advance the country’s renewable energy sector.