UK-based renewable energy firm Inazin Power has connected solar parks, which have a total installed capacity of around 73MW.
The company, along with its funding partner Low Carbon and the EPC contractors Goldbeck and Grupotec, has completed the work.
Installed with 300,000 photovoltaic solar panels, the solar parks can generate 70,000MWh of clean electricity annually, enough to power around 21,000 homes, while lowering 30,000 tons of carbon.
These projects include the first investment announced under the new partnership between Low Carbon and Macquarie Capital, which aim to build and commission up to 300MW of solar farms in the UK.
Inazin CEO David Sandilands said that following the company’s successful build programmes under the 2011 Feed-in Tariff and the 2 ROC regime a year ago, it is delighted to have maintained its 100% record by connecting and energizing all 73MW before the recent ROC deadline.
"Looking ahead, we have a strong pipeline of new projects and the funding in place to deliver further growth in the coming year and beyond," added Sandilands.