|Land / Regio||Italië|
|Branche||Energie & Water|
Solarinvest, a Vienna-based developer of solar power stations, have constructed an 8.4 MW solar power station with an area of 25ha in the province of Ragusa, Sicily. This first solar power station will be followed by a further 10 at nearby locations – becoming one of the largest solar power parks in Italy. The station compromises of solar modules of US thin-film photovoltaic major First Solar (NASDAQ:FSLR) and central inverters of German solar-tech company SMA Solar Technology AG (ETR:S92).
Solarinvest, who are based in Vienna, had to overcome the challenge of working on sites that were long distances from their offices. This factor became a crucial one in their decision to use an online project communication management platform, which would alleviate any time difference challenges with instant reporting and a single version of the truth for the entire project.
thinkproject makes it easy for teams in different countries to communicate on a central platform, regardless of where they are or what their preferred language is. All messages, work documents and plan approval procedures are managed using thinkproject. The project platform offers public filters, allowing external project members such as investors to be given access to certain documents.
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