Uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has generated some concern among clients and investors, but has also served to shed light on the continued activity of companies such as Gransolar (GRS). The company has ensured the delivery of its projects on time, and has boosted its presence in Australia by strengthening new contracts.
GRS has a 360 MW track record awarded in four projects, and has completed construction in two of them. Its most recent project, the 67.8 MW solar farm at Goonumbla, represents a milestone for the company, as it is the largest photovoltaic plant of a similar size ever built in Australia.
Carlos López, Australian Managing Director of GRS, said: “GRS is at a moment of great activity in Australia, a country where we are carrying out large-scale projects and where we have built up trust thanks to the daily work of all those involved in each photovoltaic installation.
“Milestones such as the one achieved in Goonumbla demonstrate our ability to be responsive to any situation.?
“2021 is about to be a great year for GRS in Australia, with new projects and awards that will boost us as one of the most track-recorded EPCs in the country".?
In a press release, GRS said that the delivery of its projects despite the COVID-19 pandemic demonstrates its commitment to clients and investors. The construction of a new pipeline also shows that trust has been created among important companies in the sector.
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