Harmony Energy to co-develop 200MWac solar PV plant in New Zealand with Clarus
UK battery energy storage systems (BESS) developer Harmony Energy has established a joint venture with New Zealand energy group Clarus’ subsidiary First Renewables to develop a 200MWac solar project.
Constructed on 182 hectares near Te Aroha in the North Island, the Tauhei Solar Farm will install 330,000 solar modules with an annual electricity generation capacity of 270GWh and 150MWdc capacity at point of interconnection to the grid, a Harmony Energy spokesperson told PV Tech.
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