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Namibia: ALTEN Energías Renovables wins one of the biggest solar PV plant in Sub-Saharan Africa

The new plant is being developed by Nampower, the country’s state-owned electricity company, which also holds a stake, and will meet 3% of the country’s energy needs.

Alten strengthens its position in Mexico after awarding 348MWp in solar plants in the State of Aguascalientes

Alten Renewable Energy, in partnership with Cubico, Canadian firm owned by the Ontario Teacher’s Pension Plan and the Public Sector Pension Investment Board funds, will install 290 MW (348 MWp) in total, divided in two photovoltaic power plants with 150 MW and 140 MW respectively. Both are in the state of Aguascalientes (Mexico), in the municipality of El Llano. The first will be operational in September 2018 and the second in June 2019.

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Alten Energy signed an agreement with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to co-develop a 120-megawatt peak photovoltaic solar power project in Nigeria

The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, yesterday signed a Joint Development Agreement with Alten’s Middle Band Solar One Limited, a Nigerian solar power project company, to co-develop a 120-megawatt peak photovoltaic solar power project with a consortium of developers.

The project, which is based in Lokoja, Kogi State is expected to provide renewable energy supply to about 175,000 people and nearby industrial clusters, support job creation, and boost economic growth in the country, a statement from the corporation said.

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Energía Hoy: Aguascalientes, de la mano de Alten, tendrá en 2016 la central fotovoltaica más grande de América Latina

Energía Hoy: Aguascalientes, de la mano de Alten, tendrá en 2016 la central fotovoltaica más grande de América Latina

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