Belectric to construct 53MW Dutch solar quartet
- Most current agreement with existing customer Low Carbon comprises four projects one of which includes a battery
Belectric has actually safeguarded a contract to build 4 solar plants in the Netherlands completing 53MW.
The agreement is with existing customer Low Carbon.
The 4 plants will certainly be situated in the provinces of Groningen (26.7 MW) as well as Overijssel (7.4 MW) in addition to near Wijk bij Duurstede in the province of Utrecht (10.3 MW and also 8.7 MW).
The project in Groningen will be equipped with a battery storage system.
Furthermore, among both solar farms near to Wijk bij Duurstede will see Belectric collaborate with a study center, a Dutch university as well as a local farmer to check an agrivoltaics system on a part of the site.
" The building of 4 brand-new solar projects in the Netherlands is a crucial milestone for Low Carbon.
" We are delighted to be partnering with an expert EPC company like Belectric, as we grow our international renewable resource portfolio," said Justin Thesiger, Director of Operations and also Asset Management at Low Carbon.
Esther Jantosch, Head of Sales Netherlands at Belectric, included: "We are proud to be partnering with Low Carbon.
" Their enthusiastic objectives in regards to not only growth however also an extra sustainable power generation align incredibly well with ours.
" We are thrilled to function together on their substantial pipeline of solar plants."
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