Danish company ELCON was facing time pressure. Their task was – on behalf of AT Solar – to connect solar panels in a short time at two sites in Denmark.
“The first project involved 50 megawatts near Lemvig on Jutland, and the other one 8.5 megawatts at Horslunde on Lolland,” explains Elcon’s Service Manager Morten Kjeldahl.
He contacted Elpress sales representative Kim B. Hansen, who is based in the Danish town of Silkeborg.
“I visited Elcon and showed them how our solution works in practice. It was obvious there and then that time could be saved by using System Elpress,” explains Kim.
“Elpress wasn’t the cheapest supplier, but that fact is that the seconds we saved per crimp by using System Elpress meant that it was ultimately the option that offered us the best value for money,” confirms Morten Kjeldahl.
Both photovoltaic power plants are now operational, one in Lemvig on Jutland, the other in Horslunde on Lolland. The trade press describes the projects as “outstanding” in their technical review.
“We finished on time and are delighted that we can contribute in this way to ensuring that even more Danish households are supplied with green electricity,” observes Morten Kjeldahl.