Giant solar project under development in Romania
The government of Arad County, western Romania, has started a public consultation on a large-scale solar project that is planned to be spread across the municipalities of Grăniceri and Pilu, pv-magazine reports.
According to a document published on the municipality's website, the project is being proposed by the company S.C. West Power Investment Srl and is expected to be built on a surface of 1,079 hectares, reported the pv-magazine citing local media. Romanian newspaper Adevarul has revealed that a group of international investors is behind this company, without providing further details.
The solar plant will have a capacity of 700 MW (megawatt) and will require an investment of approximately EUR 700 million (USD 853 million).
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