49 MW Krông Pa Solar Power Plant Officially Inaugurated In Vietnam’s Gia Lai Province; TTC Group Calls It Country’s Second & Largest PV Project
Thursday, 06 Dec 2018
The 49 MW Krông Pa Solar power plant started commercial operations on November 4, 2018, but the official inauguration took place on December 3, 2018.
Vietnam’s TTC Group Switches On 35 MW TTC Phong Dien Solar Power Plant In Thua Thien Hue Province As ‘First’ Solar Power Plant In Country; Plans Capacity Expansion By Another 29.5 MW
Tuesday, 09 Oct 2018
TTC Group says Vietnam's first and 35 MW large solar power plant built with modules from Japan’s Sharp Corporation cost around VND 1 billion ($43 million).
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In May 2022, #Germany registered 548.13 MW new solar systems, according to the country’s Federal Network Agency or @bnetza; Altogether, between January 2022 and May 2022, ... Germany has now installed a total of 2.646 GW new solar #solarpv #solarenergy https://taiyangnews.info/markets/germany-installed-548-mw-solar-in-may-2022/