星期五, 九月 25, 2020
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Russia’s T Plus commissions 30-MW solar park in Orenburg

Russian energy group T Plus has switched on a 30-MW solar power plant in the Svetlinsky district of Orenburg region, it announced on Wednesday.

T Plus said in a statement that the Saturn solar park is now operating in the wholesale electricity and capacity market (OREM). The facility consists of some 82,000 bifacial photovoltaic (PV) modules.

Commissioning work on the particular solar plant started in March 2020.

Including Saturn, T Plus has now executed four solar projects with a combined capacity of 190 MW. It plans to commission a further 25 MW through the Saturn 2 project by 2022.

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