Project Focus

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  • Ontario, Canada

    18MW, Ground Mounted, Announced | 12 August 2014, 03:51

    SunEdison has closed a financial deal on a 18MW PV plant in Ontario, Canada.

  • Telangana, India

    45MW, Ground Mounted, Announced | 12 August 2014, 03:40

    US thin-film module manufacturer First Solar is set to construct a 45MW PV power plant in the state of Telangana, India.

  • Futtsu, Japan

    40.4MW, Ground Mounted, Completed | 12 August 2014, 03:32

    A 40.4MW PV plant has been completed by Mitsuuroku Green Energy in the city of Futtsu, Japan.

  • Kayseri, Turkey

    2MW, Ground Mounted, Completed | 12 August 2014, 03:02

    A 2MW PV plant has been completed in the Turkish province of Kayseri, Cappadocia.

  • Kimberly, South Africa

    96MW, Ground Mounted, Under Construction | 06 August 2014, 05:23

    Spanish engineering company Iberdrola Ingenieria is nearing the end of construction on the 96MWp Jasper PV plant in South Africa.

  • St. Croix, US Virgin Islands

    4MW, , Announced | 06 August 2014, 04:35

    US-based PV company NRG Energy has acquired a 4MW PV facility on St. Croix in the US Virgin Islands from Toshiba International Corporation.

  • Shams Ma’an project, Jordan

    52MW, Ground Mounted, Announced | 05 August 2014, 23:36

    US thin-film developer First Solar is set to build and operate a 52MW project in Jordan – marking what will be one of the largest PV plants ever constructed in the Middle East upon completion.

  • Acajutla, El Salvador

    20MW, Ground Mounted, Under Construction | 05 August 2014, 22:22

    Large-scale solar developer SolarReserve is developing a 20MW PV plant in El Salvador – the first large-scale PV project ever built in the Latin American country.

  • Tamale, Ghana

    40MW, Ground Mounted, Announced | 08 July 2014, 02:40

    The 40MW first phase of an eventual 200MW PV plant has moved closer and closer to construction.

  • Salto, Uruguay

    50MW, Ground Mounted, Announced | 08 July 2014, 01:49

    A 30-year power purchase agreement (PPA) has been signed by developer Fotowatia Renewable Ventures (FRV) and state utility UTE for “La Jacinta” – a 50MW PV plant that is scheduled to be built near Salto, northern Uruguay.

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