Madagascar: Ambohipihaonana solar to be expanded


Issue 441 - 24 Jun 2021 | 1 minute read

France’s GreenYellow has signed an agreement with national energy utility Jirama to expand the capacity of its 20MW Ambohipihaonana solar PV plant to 40MW and add a 5MWh lithium-ion storage component. The extension is expected to cost €17m ($20m) and will be financed by Axian Group and GreenYellow for commissioning by end-2021.

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