Toul-Rosières Solar Park
|Toul-Rosières Solar Park|
|Location||Toul-Rosières Air Base (Meurthe-et-Moselle)|
|Commission date||August 2012|
|Construction cost||€430 million|
|Owner(s)||EDF Énergies Nouvelles
|Operator(s)||EDF Énergies Nouvelles|
|Site area||367 ha (907 acres) footprint|
|Units operational||≈1.4 million|
|Nameplate capacity||115 MW (installed)
135 MW (max. planned)
The Toul-Rosières Solar Park is a 115 megawatt (MW) solar farm located at the Toul-Rosières Air Base, in France. It is the largest solar power station using photovoltaic technology in France. The project is developed by EDF Énergies Nouvelles (EDF EN).
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- Roca, Marc (11 January 2012). "Marguerite Fund Buys Into France’s Largest Solar Park". Bloomberg. Retrieved 14 November 2012.
- Beetz, Becky (18 September 2012). "Sonnedix closes €90 million financing on 24 MW French PV project". PV Magazine.
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