AGR, which specializes in utility-scale PV and medium-scale wind plants, is overseeing development of the project, with Hanwha Q CELLS handling engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services on the project, located near Cambridge.
The ground-mounted plant will employ 94,500 Q.Pro-G3 solar panels generating an estimated 22,445 MWh of energy a year enough to power 24,800 local households. The project is scheduled to be completed and connected to the grid in March.
The Stowbridge installation not only strengthens Hanwha Q CELLS footprint in the U.K., it also underlines the company's position as a full service provider for advanced power plant solutions from design development through to the supply of modules and EPC, said Frank Danielzik, Hanwha Q CELLS vice president EPC.
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