GA Power to build 58MW of ground-mount solar projects in Vietnam

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Singapore-based and German-owned developer German ASEAN Power (GA Power) plans to build two solar projects in Ha Tinh Province, Vietnam, totalling up to 58MW.

Both projects, whcih are 100% owned by GA Power, will be of 29MW capacity, with one in Cam Hung commune and another in Son Quang commune, having received approval from the Vietnamese Ministry for Industry and Trade (MOIT).

The project sites were chosen based on their proximity to grid-connection points, power evacuation capacity as well as the local and regional long-term power demand situation.

GA Power, which has in-house project development, EPC and O&M services, is now in the process of evaluating project partners and suppliers for the financial and technical implementation of the projects by June 2019.

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