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Going live: 100MWp Vietnamese solar cluster launches
by Jose Rojo Martin
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11 March 2019
On 11 March 2019 PV-Tech reported:
Two PV plants boasting a joint 100MWp in capacity have launched operations in Vietnam, reportedly becoming the largest PV project ever to go live in the country. According to Vietnamese authorities, the projects will be followed by others in the Dak Lak province. With irradiation reaching some 1,900kW per square kilometer every year, the area boasts 'huge potential' for solar, the government believes.
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