Quadran to develop 14 PV projects in France

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The 14 projects will have a total capacity of 52.5MW. Image: Martin Abegglen / Flickr

French PV power producer Quadran announced that it will develop 14 solar power projects in France for a combined generation capacity of 52.5MW — all of which were selected in the latest CRE3 solar auction.

The projects include eight ground-mounted plants for a total of 41.1MW, seven parking-canopy sites for 10MW and two roofing installations for 1.4MW.

Quadran already boasts 96.5MW worth of capacity at 118 sites, as of November 30 2015. 

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