SSA/DoE/Norfund – Dyason's Klip 2 Solar Power Plant 75 MW – South Africa - Project Profile
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Scatec Solar ASA (SSA), Norfund (Norfund), and Local Community Trust on behalf of Department of Energy, South Africa (DoE) are undertaking the construction of a solar power plant in Upington, Northern Cape, South Africa.
The project involves the construction of a 75MW solar power plant comprising 278 polycrystalline PV modules and 37 inverters, with a horizontal single-axis tracker system. It includes the construction of substations, access roads and related infrastructure, the installation of solar panels, and the laying of transmission lines.
Norfund, the Norwegian Investment Fund will hold 18% equity share of the project, SSA will hold 42% and 40% will be by Local Community Trust.
In July 2014, DoE issued request for proposals (RFP) under the REIPP to select a contractor for the project with submission deadline on August 18, 2014.
South African Department of Energy selected successful bids for solar power plant under fourth round of REIPPPP.
In April 2015, Scatec Solar AS was selected to build solar power plant project.
DoE has not yet reached financial closure and the project is waiting necessary approvals.
The Dyason's Klip 2 project involves the construction of a 75MW solar power plant in Upington, Northern Cape, South Africa.
The US$120 million project includes the following: