GP JOULE transforms sod on 106 MW of solar in Canada
- EPC specialist GP JOULE North America stated Thursday that it has actually begun building three solar PV projects completing some 106 MW in Canada.
The company, which operates as a subsidiary of German energy options firm GP JOULE GmbH, was awarded the projects by Canadian investor as well as designer Concord Pacific.
Building and construction will happen at three sites situated within a hr of the city of Lethbridge in Alberta district. Each area will certainly accommodate a 35-MW solar plant
GP JOULE said it won the agreement on the back of its experience and also sturdy innovation. The projects will certainly include the company's exclusive racking remedy, the Phlegon dealt with racking system, since wind rates in Alberta can get to 140 kilometres per hr (87 mph), the professional stated.
Touted as "Canada's biggest neighborhood builder", Concord Pacific is also energetic in the renewables sector. The business operates solar farms in Ontario, wind turbines in Saskatchewan and a run-of-the-river hydropower plant in British Columbia, GP JOULE claimed in the press launch.
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