Italy represents and will continue to represent a strategic market for photovoltaic in Europe. To think so is there Talesun Solar Germany GmbH which arrives in Italy by opening a new office in Trentino Alto Adige, the first of Talesun in our country that will strengthen relations between Italy and Germany.
Talesun was already present in the market photovoltaic Italian, the most recent example dates back to May 2012, when the company completed the construction of a one solar power plant from 23.8MW in San Floro in Calabria.
The manufacturer of photovoltaic modules only entered the European market in 2011 and recently decided to expand its business by opening a branch in Appiano, in Trenito Alto Adige, which tightens relations between Italy and Germany since the company's headquarters is located in Munich.
Speaking of Italy, Joachim Simonis, CEO of Telesun Solar Germany GmbH, defines it as a strategic position both for the European market and in geographical terms given that, like the production costs of traditional energy, it will be possible to produce clean energy.
"The geographic position, from the point of view of solar radiation and the widespread climatic conditions in the area, makes it possible to produce solar energy at the same cost as the production of traditional energy, a goal that is more than realistic today" Joachim Simonis continues, talking about the cuts to the incentive system expected from V Conto Energia, "Certainly the V Conto Energia did not meet the expectations of the sector, but a binding political decision was nevertheless reached, in the light of which it will be possible to create new successful projects with a view to reducing costs. Particularly relevant are, for example, the projects for the supply of convenient energy for private use and for air conditioning, two areas of particular importance for the countries of southern Europe, both in meteorological and economic terms ".