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Akuo deploys 44 mobile solar units in Madagascar

Each unit contains 200 pre-assembled and pre-wired photovoltaic panels and can be deployed in 30 minutes.

Madagascar wants more solar

The Malagasy government has announced three PV projects, each with a 5 MW generation capacity, will be built this year. The nation’s cumulative installed solar capacity was only 33 MW at the end of last year.

Madagascar sees its first solar park come online

The 20 MW facility will sell power to Madagascar’s state-owned utility, Jirama under a long-term PPA. Construction on the plant started in late 2016.

Madagascar commissions its first solar-plus-storage project

A solar facility made up of 720 solar PV modules and coupled with a 315 Kwh storage system is expected to power several communities of the Bongolava region.

Madagascar tenders 25 MW of solar

The 25 MW (AC) solar PV project will be located near the capital of Antananarivo and will be supported by the World Bank’s Scaling Solar group program.


Madagascar introduces fiscal breaks for PV

The new measure was announced by Madagascar’s President, Hery Rajaonarimampianina on the occasion of the inauguration of a commercial PV system installed at a shopping mall in Ankorondrano.

Madagascar wants more off-grid solar for rural areas, preps to host first grid-connected PV plants

Madagascar’s Ministry of Energy and Hydrocarbons is increasing efforts to implement its rural electrification plan for 2015-2020. Meanwhile, the government is also seeking developers for the island’s first MW-sized grid-connected PV projects.


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