Russia’s Richest Woman Yelena Baturina Expands Investment into Renewable Energy

LONDON, November 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ —

Experts state that energy produced by this relatively small solar park in Farsala may help avoid the emission of 800 tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere annually.   

The venture is responsible for the construction and commercial operation of solar parks in the south and south-east of Europe. Before the acquisition in Greece the company also purchased a solar park in Italy. Currently the company is considering a number of proposals to expand the capacities; the next acquisitions under consideration are in Greece and Cyprus. 

Another trend within the energy project which is no less interesting is, “constructing and servicing individual solar parks located mostly on the roofs of enterprises – the consumers of energy”. Ms Baturina indicated that a few such projects will be launched soon, “and considering all that, we are about to exceed the amount of investment we named before.”

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