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Caribbean’s Largest Solar Array

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Recently inaugurated, Monte Plata, a 33.4 megawatt (MW) photovoltaic solar array comprising 132,000 solar panels is located on the Dominic Republic and is the largest in the Caribbean. Designed and deployed by solar developer Phanes Group together with General Energy Solutions (GES), it will deliver more than 50,000 megawatt hours (MWh) of clean energy to the country’s grid annually.

Once phase two of the project is complete by the end of 2016, the array’s total capacity will rise to 67 MW, increasing the photovoltaic power output in the country fivefold. The Monte Plata project represents the Dubai-based Phanes Group’s first project completion in the Caribbean.

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