In the last two weeks, new solar projects, or deals involving existing facilities, have been struck in Sweden, Senegal and Uruguay.
While none of these projects boast a particularly large capacity, the expansion of the solar sector in these countries – through Obton’s first 15MWp farm in Sweden, the West African Development Bank funding Teranga Niakhar Storage’s 30MW storage and solar plant in Senegal and Cubico’s acquisition of the 26MW Alto Cielo solar plant in Uruguay – are important developments for regions which have not historically dominated the global solar sector.
(The above content is reproduced from pv-tech，By JP Casey）
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