Italy’s TerniEnergia has completed Giant Solar Farm

by | May 5, 2016 | Energy | 0 comments

Have a look at South Africa’s new giant solar power plant

TerniEnergia, an Italian company, recently completed its giant solar plant near Citrusdal in the Western Cape.

According to Times Live once the 82.5MW Paleisheuwel photovoltaic plant reaches optimal operation it will be able to generate a further 153GWh per year, enough to power 48,000 households. TerniEnergia is responsible for the solar modules and inverters as well as maintenance throughout the plant’s projected 25-year life cycle.

My Broadband reported that the plant is spread over 240 hectares, which includes 611,000 PV panels, and has been connected to the Eskom grid.

The company is also building the Tom Burke solar PV plant in Limpopo which will be able to power 38,000 households once it is fully up and running.

Read full story: TSA

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