The Czech energy giant ČEZ is planning to build the country’s largest solar power generator, to be completed in a year’s time, the Czech daily Lidové noviny has reported. According to the daily, the firm commissioned the project from several companies. The plant’s planned 30 megawatt output will make it three times more powerful than the strongest current Czech facility. The plant is to be built at a site near České Budějovice.
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