- JA Solar will be supplying its PV modules for 404 MW solar power project in Mexico
- The project is being developed by a joint venture between Acciona Energy and Tuto Energy
- The Chinese company has also revealed it will supply 200 MW of its modules for another project in Sonora, being developed by IEnova
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Chinese module maker JA Solar’s modules will be used for a 404 MW solar power project currently under construction in Puerto Libertad in Mexico. Acciona Energy is developing the project with Tuto Energy as part of a joint venture.
Acciona broke ground on the 404 MW project in February 2018 (see Acciona Builds 404 MW PV Plant In Mexico). JA Solar will be providing 1,222,800 solar panels for the project. Project commissioning is scheduled for early 2019. On completion, the project is expected to generate 963 GWh annually.
JA Solar says it will also provide 200 MW of its modules to a PV project being developed by IEnova, a subsidiary of Sempra Energy in the Sonora desert. The Chinese company has a subsidiary in Mexico which was established in 2017.