Itochu subsidiary sells 333MW of PV to developer Adapture in US MISO territory


Following the completion of development, TED sold the projects to Adapture Renewables Image: Adapture Renewables

Tyr Energy Development Renewables (TED), a US-based renewable energy subsidiary of Japanese “sogo shosha” (major trading house) Itochu Corporation, has completed development of 333MWac of solar PV in the US.

Following the completion of development, TED sold the projects to Adapture Renewables, a solar PV owner and operator affiliated with children’s toy company the LEGO Group. Adapture will handle the construction of the sites, which together will have 450MWdc generation capacity, with completion expected in 2026.

(The above content is reproduced from pv-tech,By Will Norman


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