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Uniper plans to install 280 MW of solar energy capacity in Hungary

The German energy utility Uniper and the Hungarian developer Callis will jointly develop six solar projects with a total combined capacity of 280 MW in Hungary. The solar projects have acquired all necessary permits to connect to the grid once the comprehensive preliminary studies are completed (2023-2024), with connection to the grid scheduled between the years of 2026 and 2027. 

The projects are part of Uniper’s new transformation strategy that plans to invest more than €8bn between 2023 and 2030 in the transformation of its own power plants and facilities as well as investing in flexible and secure power generation assets, including solar and wind power plants, where significant growth is targeted. 

In 2022, the Hungarian Government announced its intention to reach 14 GW of installed solar capacity by 2030.                  

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