Slovenian electricity supplier GEN-I announced that it will enter the self-supply market as the first company in the region and will offer the construction of micro solar power plants to Slovenian households and small businesses on a turnkey.
The so-called “GEN-I Sun” project would allow environmentally and economically sustainable transition to energy independence. According to the company, by using micro photovoltaic power plants, the effect on the reduction of electricity bills is immediate, while savings go to up to 75 %, and those saving could be used to finance the construction of the plant without the need for investing additional own funds.
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