Low Carbon to construct 75 MW of solar farms in UK
- UK-based renewable resource business Low Carbon today said it will construct three solar farms in the UK with a combined capacity of more than 75 MW.
These are the initial UK projects to be supported by a financing center agreed with NatWest, Lloyds Bank and AIB earlier this year that is anticipated to aid deliver 1 GW of solar capacity as part of Low Carbon's target of 20 GW of new renewable resource capacity by 2030. Lately the firm said that four solar farms completing 53.1 MW are starting construction in the Netherlands.
The three UK projects lie in Essex, Derbyshire and Buckinghamshire. They will all be created as well as constructed by Bouygues Energies & Services.
The 23.4-MW Fox Covert solar farm in Buckinghamshire will start building and construction imminently, while the 28.8-MW Inkersall Road solar farm in Derbyshire and the 23-MW St Clere's solar farm in Essex will certainly break ground early in 2023
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