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31 new solar power plants bring 1 gigawatt of renewables to Portugal
by Jake Richardson
CleanTechnica Translate This Article
25 July 2018
On 25 July 2018 CleanTechnica reported:
Thirty-one new solar power plants will be installed in Portugal with a total of over 1,000 MW of production capacity by 2021, according to an article on Dinheiro Vivo. 'By 2021 we will be able to triple the solar capacity in Portugal, from the current 572 MW to close to 1600 MW,' said Jorge Seguro Sanches, Portugal's Energy Secretary of State. Portugal's goal is to run completely on renewable electricity.
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