juwi active with three PV power plant projects in Vietnam totalling 130MW

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PV project developer and EPC firm, juwi Renewable Energy has started construction of its third PV power plant project in Vitenam, bringing its active pipeline to around 130MW. Image juwi

PV project developer and EPC firm, juwi Renewable Energy has started construction of its third PV power plant project in Vitenam, bringing its active pipeline to around 130MW.

juwi said that its latest 50MW project as EPC was located in Cat Hiep, Binh Dinh province of Vietnam for a consortium headed by Independent Power Producer (IPP) Quadran International of France and TTVN Group of Vietnam.

The company recently announced it had secured EPC projects for BIM Group of Vietnam and AC Energy of Philippines, to build a 50MW and a 30MW plant in Ninh Thuan province.

juwi group said it had over 1GW of solar projects delivered or under construction and planning phases in the APAC region. 

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