Spanish solar group OPDE has completed a 12 MWp solar farm in southern England.
Located in the town of Alresford, in the southern county of Hampshire, the PV farm features 47,616 PV modules and will generate 11,844 megawatt hours a year, supplying power to some 5,000 homes.
OPDE began construction of the project in February and connected the plant to the grid in late March.
The company, based in Navarra, Spain, said the project strengthens its presence in the U.K., where OPDE plans to develop farms for a total output of 150 MW in the next few years.
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