14MW solar PV plant commissioned in Mauritius

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  • A 14MW solar PV plant has been commissioned in Arsenal, located about 10km north of the capital Port Louis, in Mauritius.
  • French IPP, GreenYellow, developed the project will MCB provided the finance.

The official commissioning of this 15-hectare solar power plant “follows our success in the Central Electricity Board (CEB) tender for 2021 and marks another step towards a sustainable energy future for Mauritius”, says GreenYellow.

With this new solar power plant, more than 20 GWh of green energy will be produced each year to power more than 4,500 Mauritian homes. The new facility will contribute to the reduction of carbon emissions in Mauritius, avoiding the emission of more than 13,000 tons of CO2 per year.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

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