Big PV Projects.
Emirates Water and Electricity Company (EWEC) has announced that Noor Abu Dhabi, believed to be the largest solar panel project in the world, has started a business activity.
The project designed with a total capacity of 1117 MW at the cost of Dhs 3.2 billion to enable Abu Dhabi to reduce the use of flammable gas in power age.
The plant contains over the8-kilometer square area more than 3.2 million sunlight-based boards and will provide sufficient capacity to cover 90,000 individuals ‘ interest.
The task is a joint adventure between the Abu Dhabi Power Corporation and a consortium of the Marubeni Corp of Japan and the Jinko Solar Holding of China, located at Sweihan in Abu Dhabi.
Abu Dhabi aims to reduce carbon dioxide discharges from the emirates by 1 million metric tons per year, typically equal to the displacement of 200,000 cars from the streets.
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