Phase III of the Perovo solar power station has been completed, thus taking the project to a current total of 60 MW. Overall, the first three phases are expected to generate 78,5000 MW hours of solar electricity annually.
It is still unknown how big the final project will be. However, to date the ground-mounted arrays consist of over 264,000 mono- and multi-crystalline photovoltaic modules, and 80 central inverter stations. Furthermore, Activ says that more than 800 construction jobs have been created in the region.
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