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Curbans, France



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Spanish-based Gruppo Clavijo has commissioned a fixed structure, 33MW PV solar farm in Curbans, France. Installed on just over 321 acres of land in the south of France region, the €80 million investment is expected to supply 30,000 residents with energy. Although specific information pertaining to the type of modules used in the installation was not available, the company did note that a team of 80 people, 25 of which held new positions designed specifically for the installation, completed the solar project over a 15-month period.

Site Size: 321 acres

Equipment: undisclosed

Cost: €80 million

Construction Timetable: March 2010 - July 2011

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