The Toul 3 plant, which forms part of the 115 MW Toul-Rosieres solar park, began commercial operation this August.
"This is one of the largest solar project financing in Europe this year. We look forward to continued cooperation with HSH in other large solar projects in the near future," commented Sonnedixs chairman, Franck Constant. No further details were disclosed.
The company announced in July that it had acquired a 24 MW stake in the solar park. Overall, 1.5 million of First Solars thin film photovoltaic panels are said to have been installed across the former NATO airbase, near the city of Nancy, by EDF EN.
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