Puma Energy, PASH to establish 18.3 MWp of DG solar throughout Puerto Rico
- Petroleum provider Puma Energy, part of Singapore's Trafigura, and also its partner UK-based developer PASH Global recently announced the launch of a project to roll out 18.3 MWp of distributed generation (DG) solar power systems at service stations across Puerto Rico.
The companions will cover rooftop surface areas of 200 Puma stations with some 20,500 solar panels that will certainly create regarding 30,000 MWh of power yearly. The project, requiring a financial investment of USD 25 million (EUR 20m) in overall, is anticipated to be completed in the second quarter of 2022.
2 setups atop Puma retail gas stations have been completed until now. Puma Energy said that the 1,252 kW project at the Bayamon terminal will certainly be appointed soon.
PASH kept in mind that it is taking into consideration means to additional aid Puerto Rico with its plans to have 1 GW of renewable resource ability and also 500 MW of battery energy storage set up.
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