INTEC Energy Solutions(INTEC), a leading solar EPC System Provider, and CHINT Solar (CHINT), a global provider of smart energy solutions, are partnering once again to build new solar power plants in Romania and Poland with a total capacity of 183 MWp.
The Romanian Project with 86 MWp and Polish Projects with 52 MWp and 45 MWp capacities will take shape in the good hands of INTEC and CHINT cooperation that will provide EPC services for the customer. The signing ceremony for the expansion of the partnership scope of INTEC and CHINT was held in INTEC's European Headquarters in Poland, and the contract was signed by Adrien Joseph - CEO of INTEC EU, and Martin Liu - General Manager, Overseas Investment Business Unit of CHINT.
INTEC and CHINT have collaborated effectively on several EPC projects recently and continue to deliver many turnkey solar power plants that adhere to high-quality standards. This partnership is so well-established that it strengthens its position by meeting the demands and expectations of the market and accelerating the global transition to renewable energy sources with every new project. As projected, this partnership continues to expand its portfolio across Europe.
About the Companies
INTEC strives to create the highest quality solar power plant solutions and deliver the best to its customers around the world. The company specializes in offering EPC and O&M services to the market, drawing upon the skills and experiences of its over 400-strong workforce. INTEC is operating in various countries and has successfully delivered more than 130 projects to date, providing a total of 1.7 GWp.
CHINT Solar is a system energy solution provider engaged in clean energy development and the provision of construction and operation services. Its commitments are not limited to the manufacture and sale of photovoltaic modules, as it also draws up blueprints for investments and constructions across all energy segments, such as for photovoltaic power stations, energy storage facilities, distribution networks for electricity sales, micro-grids, and multi-energy complementation. The company’s cumulative global installed photovoltaic capacity is 8 GW.