PV Park in Namibia to account for 1 % of country’s power generation capacity

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The largest grid-connected photovoltaic plant in Namibia is currently under construction near Grootfontein. The Otjozondjupa Solar Park will have a total capacity of 5 MW and is expected to account for one percent of the country’s electricity generation capacity after completion in June 2016.

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