German solar developer completes 55MW of UK projects

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German solar developer ib vogt has completed about 30 megawatt of new solar power installations in the UK during the first quarter of 2013. According to a Solar Power Portal report, two of the new completed projects, an 8MW development in Pembrokeshire and a 5MW site in Pyworthy, Devon, add to the existing 16MW of capacity the company managed to complete before the Renewable Obligation rate was revised downwards on 1 April 2013. A further 10MW was added through an installation at Manston Farm in Kent and Langunnett in Cornwall which was over 6MW in size. The four new solar parks will supply over 8,100 households with clean electricity, saving 14,500 tons of CO2 a year, it said.

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