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Welcome to Spain, the country with the Biggest tomato fight in the world! Every year they have a massive tomato fight in Bunol. La Tomatina is one of the fun facts about Spain that everybody knows.
The festival has been going since 1945 when a young man flew into a fit of rage and started throwing tomatoes at his friends – more people joined in, so a tradition was born. Authorities banned the festivities in the fifties but after the residents held a mock funeral with a tomato in a coffin to mourn their much-loved festivity. It has been going strong ever since.
We are proud to come up with more cutting-edge solar solutions around the EU region to help support its pursuit of clean energy changeover.
Today, Eco Green Energy presents solar installation series from Spain, that are completed with the Atlas 550W 0BB Gallium-doped technology with maximized efficiency of 21.28%. The EGE distributor in Spain, Taurus Renovables, installed an impressive installation – rooftop system in Terrassa city with over 680kW for commercial purposes.
Another two projects are great examples of residential installations with the same PV module types. Moreover, those PV systems will provide the full range of benefits from clean energy as there is no limitation for photovoltaic power generation to the geographical distribution of resources, making roof-distributed power stations safe, reliable, noise-free, and pollution-free.
Why EGE Atlas 550W is the best solution for those three PV installations:
– Gallium-doped Technology;
– 10BB Monocrystalline Module
– Lower LCOE and BOS
– Anti PID/ Low LID protection
– Less Hot Spot Shading effects
– Lower temperature coefficient
– More output in weak light conditions, such as haze, cloudy, and morning.
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