The government of Panama has outlined a new strategy for distributed-generation PV. The Central American country currently has an installed distributed-generation solar capacity of 46.63 MW.
Income from solar power generation would be used to provide additional funds for two social security programs endangered by the Fund’s precarious financial situation.
With seven large-scale PV projects connected to the grid last year, Panama has reached a cumulative PV capacity of 89 MW.
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