Enel Green Power (EPG) has launched four new solar photovoltaic plants with a total capacity of 17.4 MW in the Peloponnese region of western Greece.

The first power plant known as Agrilia Baka is located in the area of Messinia, installed capacity of 4.9MW, which is able to generate 7 million kWh/year.

The second plant Kavasila plant is located in the western part of the Achaea region with an intial capacity of 4.9MW, is expected to generate 6.5 million kWh per annum.

The third PV plant named Limnochori, has an installed capacity of 4.8 MW and will be able to produce approximately 6 million kWh/year.

The fourth plant called as EGPH is located in Corinth and has an installed capacity of 2.8 MW and it is expected to generate about 3.5 million kWh/year.

The clean electricity generated by the plant will reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by nearly 23,000 tons of CO2 per year.

Enel Green Power will now have a total installed capacity 245.4 MW in Greece.

ESSE, the company’s equal share joint venture with Sharp had previously installed first 2MW plants Marco and Marini in Karditsa region.