Over the last twelve months, which is quite a long time in the solar business, we have made a number of significant achievements and advances at Greenbuddies. We have expanded into other European countries and now operate in 17 EU countries, with significant growth in Scandinavia in particular. In Germany, we boasted the installation of our first floating photovoltaic power plant. This year we also passed a significant milestone: 1 GWp of installed capacity since Greenbuddies was founded in 2017.
Our charging infrastructure team has demonstrated its ability to strengthen relationships with key partners and expand its reach into new markets. Last year also saw the strengthening of ties with our leading regular customers, such as PVI, as well as the IONITY/Tritium network of high-speed chargers, where we provide service in Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, and Poland. We have established new business relationships with leading European players in PV construction, such as Engie DE, Formtec, Cleen Energy, and CPG. In addition, we were involved in the installation of battery storage systems for Tricera. The year also saw significant progress in our project for Austrian energy giant Verbund, with whom we signed a contract and started construction of rooftop PV and carports at several sites.
We are also delighted to have established cooperation with a wide range of European carport suppliers and to have been involved in the development and test builds of a number of new solutions, giving us the expertise needed for planned projects for this increasingly popular solution.
A large part of our efforts are also directed to the Czech domestic market, where we hold the position of the Czech leader in photovoltaics, thanks to our references from abroad. In 2023, the Czech market will start to see the results of ground-mounted PV development, which is more complex and takes longer to prepare than rooftop projects. In 2024, we look forward to more large-scale projects of the kind we are used to developing abroad, and we believe that the next year will be a successful one for PV, especially due to the growing need for clean energy sources and the continued decline in the price of increasingly efficient component technology.