J.v.G. Thoma to Deliver PV Modules to Kosovo through JV

published: 2015-12-14 17:16 | editor: | category: News

There is a lot of interest in solar technology in the former Yugoslavian province, not least of all because the climate is ideal for the operation of solar plants. J. v. G. decided to establish the joint venture, J. v. G. Jaha Energy in Pristina / Kosovo, in order to take on a supportive, consultative role on site. Currently, the Bavarian specialists are working on large projects and convincing future customers of the advantages of DESERT Technology.

The first project is nearing completion: eight trucks are currently traveling to Pristina. They have been loaded with all of the machine components and technology that will be required to create a turnkey production factory for DESERT solar modules. The first modules should be completed as early as February 2016. The plant already exists and only needs to be wired for power.

At the same time, the J. v. G. certificates are being transferred so that everything can be ready to go at the start of February. People are getting excited about what is going to happen in this area over the next few months and years. Over the last few years, the demand for power in Kosovo and former Yugoslavia has grown constantly. The country has responded to this by constructing new power plants and developing measures for increasing energy efficiency on the one hand, while also making sure that renewable energy will be used more heavily. The outlook for this young joint venture company is therefore entirely positive. The business opportunities for foreign companies and investors are excellent, as estimated by the Press Department of the German Embassy in Pristina.

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