The company will collaborate with Caribbean Energies Group (CEG) to design, construct, commission, and monitor and provide operations and maintenance services for the project.

ESA will secure all permits and other legal requirements, as well as conduct all required assessments and related studies for the system.

CEG will be responsible for securing finance, managing the array site and the procurement of materials for the project.

The solar park system is expected produce more than 33 million kWh of clean energy.

Construction work on the project will commence this year.