After only 13 weeks of construction by Solenergy, the second phase of RASLAG solar plant was already cleared to export power to the grid. The expansion project which consisted of 50,544 solar panels went online 4 weeks
ahead of schedule. The 13 MW development alone is expected to generate some 19,438 megawatt hours (MWh) of electricity per year, or estimated to power 11,700 households.
The project was also one of the first solar farms to qualify in the Philippine government’s 2016 deadline of feed-in-tariff (FIT) program where up to 500MW of approved solar installations will have incentives.
Location: Mexico, Pampanga
Size: 13.14 MW
Inverter: SMA MVPS 1800SC
Annual Yield: ~19,438 MWh
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