Atlas inks 239MW Brazil solar offtake
- 239MW Lar do Sol Casablanca 2 will certainly offer electrical power for Unipar's factories in the country
Atlas Renewable Energy has actually signed a solar energy purchase agreement (PPA) with chemicals manufacturer Unipar in Brazil.
The tidy solar power supply will be generated via Atlas Renewable Energy's 239MW Lar do Sol Casablanca 2 photovoltaic or pv plant located in Pirapora, in Minas Gerais.
The Lar do Sol Casablanca 2 will certainly have a mounted capability of 239MW.
The plant is anticipated to generate sufficient energy to provide two of Unipar ´ s factories, located in Brazil.
The Lar do Sol Casablanca 2 plant will certainly be developed, constructed and also run by Atlas Renewable Energy.
The project includes in Atlas' "quickly increasing" impact in the Brazilian market with a total amount of 6 large-scale solar plants totaling up to over 1GW.
"The fostering of renewables is coming to be a staple of good corporate responsibility as well as we at Atlas use an one-of-a-kind possibility for huge energy customers to clean their power matrix as well as at the same time be enrollers of the social as well as environmental programs we establish to uplift the areas where we operate," claimed Luis Pita, general manager of Atlas Renewable Energy for Brazil.
As part of Atlas Renewable Energy's dedication to the areas where it runs, the building of the Lar do Sol Casablanca 2 Solar Plant is set to get concerning 1200 employees in the height of its task.
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