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TGC Renewables debuts plans for new solar farm in Cambridgeshire

TGC Renewables, an independent renewable energy project developer, has applied for planning permission for its proposed 13MW solar park in Cambridgeshire, England. The proposed solar farm will see 58 hectares of low-grade agricultural land in the South West of Cambridge holding up to 55,000 PV modules, which will be enough to power about 3,300 homes, while also giving the farm a guaranteed rental income for the next 25 years.

read more... 07/03/2013


Serbia to be the home of world’s biggest solar park

The Serbian government has signed a memorandum to build what is claimed to be the largest solar park the world at an estimated cost of two billion euros (over $2.5 billion).

read more... 24/05/2012


Activ Solar completed the largest European Solar Park

Activ Solar GmbH completed recently the Europe’s biggest solar park obtaining financing from two Russian banks, VTB Bank OJS (VTBR) and Sberbank of Russia (SBER). According to the Activ Chief Executive Officer Kaveh Ertefai, the project of this size typically costs around 300 million euros.

read more... 05/01/2012


Largest solar plant to be built in Ukraine

One of the largest solar power plants will be built in Southern Ukraine, in Okhotnykovo, Crimea that will produce annually 100,000 MWh of electricity. It will be the fourth most powerful solar park following Canadian Sarnia, Italian Montalto di Castro and German Finsterwalder.

read more... 27/10/2011


Solarhybrid to purchase 2.25 GW of solar capacity

Germany’s Solar Millennium AG will sell its 2 solar power projects to Solarhybrid AG planned to be built in the United States for an unknown sum. The solar parks of 2.24 GW and 1GW capacity will be based in the United States.

read more... 10/10/2011