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Solaris Pons Opens Milestone Solar Power Plant, Will Sell Excess Energy

Solaris Pons has launched its 1,000th solar power plant, marking a significant milestone in its renewable energy efforts

Solaris Pons has inaugurated its 1,000th solar power plant, SE Dilj Našice, with a capacity of 990 kilowatts, located in Našice, Croatia. The plant, owned by investor Dilj, is designed to meet the company’s energy needs while selling any surplus electricity back to the grid.

Founded in Osijek in 2013, Solaris Pons now employs over 100 people and specializes in the design, financing, construction, and maintenance of renewable energy technologies, offering turnkey solutions. Their clientele spans across general hospitals, health centers, schools, kindergartens, manufacturing facilities, industrial halls, shopping centers, private individuals, and more, with partnerships throughout Croatia.

“Our focus is on solar projects, energy storage battery systems, and electric vehicle charging networks. With the commissioning of our 1,000th plant, we now have a total installed solar capacity of 47 megawatts, which makes us extremely proud,” the company stated.

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