The Parque Solar Los Girasoles plant
MPC Energy Solutions (MPCES) says it has accomplished building and grid connection for its Parque Solar Los Girasoles, a solar photovoltaic plant in Colombia, with an put in capability of 12.3 MW.
Parque Solar Los Girasoles is the third mission within the firm’s portfolio to begin operations this 12 months, following Santa Rosa & Villa Sol in El Salvador and Neol CHP in Puerto Rico, and the fourth operational plant total.
MPC Energy Solutions is promoting the generated power via a long-term power buy settlement with Spectrum, a Colombian energy buying and selling agency and electrical energy provider. Parque Solar Los Girasoles is positioned in Colombia’s area of Norte de Santander and can provide round 23 GWh of solar energy per 12 months, serving to keep away from the emission of near 100,000 tons of CO2 all through its lifetime. The mission is predicted to generate an annual income of round $1.3 million through the PPA interval.
“Parque Solar Los Girasoles is a significant milestone for Colombia’s renewable energy targets, and a testament to our commitment to helping diversify the energy mix in the country and across Latin America”, says Juan Esteban Hernández, head of mission improvement LATAM of MPC Energy Solutions. “We are excited to see our portfolio of operational projects grow and contribute to the region’s energy resilience and next-generation infrastructure.”
MPC Energy Solutions invested $11 million fairness to develop and assemble the mission and intends to safe debt financing publish commissioning. Colombian firm Socolco S.A.S. acted because the engineering and building contractor, and key elements, resembling solar panels equipped by Trina and inverters by Huawei, have been procured by MPCES immediately.