For sale a full development project for a 200MW Solar Photovoltaic Power Plants based in Romania (Bucharest Area). The company was able to secure ownership rights on a large plot of land in 7x different locations. The compan ...
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For sale a full development project for a 200MW Solar Photovoltaic Power Plants based in Romania (Bucharest Area).
The company was able to secure ownership rights on a large plot of land in 7x different locations.
The company has also obtained surface rights for 35 years from the Government in order to implement the construction of Solar Power Plant projects.
Solar power in Romania had an installed capacity of 1,374 megawatt (MW) as of the end of 2017. The country had in 2007 an installed capacity of 0.30 MW, which increased to 3.5 MW by the end of 2011, and to 6.5 MW by the end of 2012. However, the record year of 2013 was an exception, and new installation fell back from 1,100 MW to a moderate level of 69 MW in 2014.
Romania is located in an area with a good solar potential of 210 sunny days per year and with an annual solar energy flux between 1,000 kWh/m2/year and 1,300 kWh/m2/year. From this total amount around 600 to 800 kWh/m2/year is technically feasible. The most important solar regions of Romania are the Black Sea coast, Northern Dobruja and Oltenia with an average of 1,600 kWh/ m2/year.
Romania was a major player in the solar power industry, installing in the 1970s and 1980s around 800,000 m2 (8,600,000 sq ft) of low quality solar collectors that placed the country third worldwide in the total surface area of PV cells. One of the most important solar projects was the installation of a 30 kW solar panel on the roof of the Politehnica University of Bucharest that is capable of producing 60 MWh of electricity per year.
49MW Ready to Build (+ 151MW Ready to Build by Dec 2023)
Option 1: 145K EUR / MW + 50K EUR /HA (Purchase Rights on Land)
Option 2: 145K EUR / MW + 2600 EUR / MW (Leasing Rights on Land)
7 Locations close to Bucharest:
Approx 27.40MW (Land Size 31.38 HA)
Approx 19.20MW (Land Size 21.00 HA)
Approx 105.47MW (Land Size 129.34 HA)
Approx 38.86MW (Land Size 48.45 HA)
Approx 34.89MW (Land Size 45.54 HA)
Approx 31.72MW (Land Size 35.35 HA)
Approx 33.48MW (Land Size 40.00 HA)