Rovigo Photovoltaic Power Plant
|Rovigo Photovoltaic Power Plant|
|Construction began||March 2010|
|Commission date||November 2010|
|Construction cost||US$382 million|
|Owner(s)||First Reserve Corporation|
|Site area||850,000 m2 (9,150,000 sq ft)|
|Nameplate capacity||70.556 MW|
The Rovigo Photovoltaic Power Plant is a 70 MW solar photovoltaic (PV) plant in Northeast Italy. Construction of the plant was started in March 2010 and was completed in November 2010 at a cost of 276 million euro. When completed, it was the largest single-operating PV plant in Europe.
The project, also called the San Bellino PV power plant, was developed by SunEdison and built by Isolux Corsán. In October 2010, SunEdison sold the project to infrastructure investor First Reserve for US$382 million, and remained responsible for operating and maintaining the plant.
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- Rovigo, the largest photovoltaic plant in Europe
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- "SunEdison Connects 70-MW Solar PV Plant". Renewable Energy World. 2010-11-23. Retrieved 2010-12-01.
- Olson, Syanne (2010-11-02). "First Reserve closes funding for Rovigo solar plant". PV-tech.org (Semiconductor Media Limited). Retrieved 2010-12-01.
- eXenewable Project Profile Page - Rovigo, PV, Italy