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Vietnamese solar park projects high outputs, targets 2.8W within a year

PV Magazine:

A report into the global flow of capital into the energy transition has revealed plans for Vietnam’s largest solar park, the Xuan Thien Ea Sup project in Dak Lak, to be expanded to 2.8 GW of generation capacity “by early 2022.”

The Global Investors Move Into Renewable Infrastructure report published on Monday by Cleveland-based thinktank the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) revealed the expansion plans outlined for the 831 MW project, as announced by developer Xuan Thien Group.

Chinese panel supplier Longi Solar announced the 273 MW first phase of the VND20 trillion ($869 million) project had been completed five months ahead of schedule in November, after construction had started in April last year.

[ Max Hall ] 

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