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Tengger Desert Solar Park is the world's largest solar park since 2016, with 1,547 MW installed capacity.

The following is a list of photovoltaic power stations that are larger than 200 megawatts (MW) in current net capacity.[1] Most are individual photovoltaic power stations, but some are groups of co-located plants owned by different independent power producers and with separate transformer connections to the grid. Wiki-Solar reports total global capacity of utility-scale photovoltaic plants to be some 96 GWAC which generated 1.3% of global power by the end of 2016.[2][3][4]

The size of photovoltaic power stations has increased progressively over the last decade with frequent new capacity records. The 97 MW Sarnia Photovoltaic Power Plant went online in 2010. Huanghe Hydropower Golmud Solar Park reached 200 MW in 2012. In August 2012, Agua Caliente Solar Project in Arizona reached 247 MW only to be passed by three larger plants in 2013. In 2014, two plants were tied as largest: Topaz Solar Farm, a PV solar plant at 550 MWAC in central coast area and a second 550-MW plant, the Desert Sunlight Solar Farm located in the far eastern desert region of California.[5][6] These two plants were superseded by a new world's largest facility in June 2015 when the 579 MWAC Solar Star project went online in the Antelope Valley region of Los Angeles County, California.[7] In 2016, the largest photovoltaic power station in the world was the 850 MW Longyangxia Dam Solar Park, in Gonghe County, Qinghai, China. Additional larger solar plants, including one over 200,000 MW, have been proposed around the world.[8]

World's largest photovoltaic power stations[edit]

Operating solar farms that are 200 MW or larger

Name Country Location Capacity
MWp
Generation
GWh p.a.
Size
km²
Year Remarks Ref
Tengger Desert Solar Park  China 37°33′00″N 105°03′14″E / 37.55000°N 105.05389°E / 37.55000; 105.05389 (Tengger Desert Solar Park) 1,547 43 2016 1,547 MW solar power was installed in Zhongwei, Ningxia by 2015. [9][10]
Bhadla Solar Park  India 27°32′22.81″N 71°54′54.91″E / 27.5396694°N 71.9152528°E / 27.5396694; 71.9152528 (Bhadla Solar Park) 1,365 40 2018 The park is proposed to have a capacity of 2,255 MW[11] to be completed by December 2018. [12][13]
Kurnool Ultra Mega Solar Park  India 15°40′53″N 78°17′01″E / 15.681522°N 78.283749°E / 15.681522; 78.283749 (Kurnool Solar Park) 1,000 24 2017 1000 MW operational as of December 2017 [14]
Datong Solar Power Top Runner Base  China 40°04′25″N 113°08′12″E / 40.07361°N 113.13667°E / 40.07361; 113.13667 (Datong Solar Power Top Runner Project), 40°00′19″N 112°57′20″E / 40.00528°N 112.95556°E / 40.00528; 112.95556 (Datong Solar Power Top Runner Project) 1,000 2016 1 GW Phase I completed in June 2016. Total capacity will be 3 GW in 3 phases. [15][16][17]
Longyangxia Dam Solar Park  China 36°10′54″N 100°34′41″E / 36.18167°N 100.57806°E / 36.18167; 100.57806 (Longyangxia Dam Solar Park) 850 23 2015 320 MW Phase I Completed in December 2013, 530 MW phase II in 2015 [18][19][20][21][22]
Villanueva Solar Park  Mexico 25°35′5″N 103°2′42″W / 25.58472°N 103.04500°W / 25.58472; -103.04500 (Villanueva Solar) 828 24 2018 828 MW when completed, expected completion in second half of 2018 [23][24]
Rewa Ultra Mega Solar  India 24°28′49″N 81°34′28″E / 24.48028°N 81.57444°E / 24.48028; 81.57444 (Rewa Ultra Mega Solar) 750 2018 [25]
Kamuthi Solar Power Project  India 9°21′16″N 78°23′4″E / 9.35444°N 78.38444°E / 9.35444; 78.38444 (Kamuthi Solar Power Project) 648 10.1 2016 Completed on 21 September 2016 [26][27]
Pavagada Solar Park  India 14°05′49″N 77°16′13″E / 14.09694°N 77.27028°E / 14.09694; 77.27028 (Pavagada Solar Park) 600 53 2017 In Karnataka state, total planned capacity 2,000 MW [28][29]
Solar Star (I and II)  United States 34°49′50″N 118°23′53″W / 34.83056°N 118.39806°W / 34.83056; -118.39806 (Solar Star) 579 1,664 13 2015 579 MWAC (747.3 MWp) connected to the grid on June 19, 2015.[30] Consists of Solar Star I (318 MWAC or 397.8 MWDC) and Solar Star II: 279 MWAC or 349.5 MWDC [31][32]
Topaz Solar Farm  United States 35°23′N 120°4′W / 35.383°N 120.067°W / 35.383; -120.067 (Topaz Solar Farm) 550 1,301 24.6[33] 2014 Gradually commissioned since February 2013, reached final capacity 550 MW in November 2014 [34][35][36]
Copper Mountain Solar Facility  United States 35°47′N 114°59′W / 35.783°N 114.983°W / 35.783; -114.983 (Copper Mountain Solar Facility) 552 2015 Phase 1 completed in December 2010. Phase 2 completed in January 2013. Phase 3 completed in early 2015. Construction of 94 MW phase 4 completed in 2016. [18][37][38][39]
Desert Sunlight Solar Farm  United States 33°49′33″N 115°24′08″W / 33.82583°N 115.40222°W / 33.82583; -115.40222 (Desert Sunlight Solar Farm) 550 1,287 16 2015 Phase I with 300 MW completed in 2013. Construction of phase II to final capacity of 550 MW completed in January 2015 [40][41][42][43][44]
Huanghe Hydropower Golmud Solar Park  China 36°24′00″N 95°07′30″E / 36.40000°N 95.12500°E / 36.40000; 95.12500 (Golmud Solar Park) 500 23 2014 Phase I completed in October 2011, followed by Phase II and III. 60 MW phase IV under construction. Within a group of 1,000 MW of co-located plants [21][45][46][47]
Mount Signal Solar  United States 32°40′24″N 115°38′23″W / 32.67333°N 115.63972°W / 32.67333; -115.63972 (Mount Signal Solar) 452 8.01 2014 Corresponds to 594 MWDC. First phase completed in May 2014. Up to 600 MWAC when complete. [48][49][50]
Mesquite Solar project  United States 33°20′N 112°55′W / 33.333°N 112.917°W / 33.333; -112.917 (Mesquite) 400 2013 First phase of 150 MW in January 2013. Up to 700 MW when complete. [39]
NP Kunta  India 14°01′N 78°26′E / 14.017°N 78.433°E / 14.017; 78.433 (NP Kunta Ultra Mega Solar Power Project) 400 2018 in Andhra Pradesh state. Total planned capacity 1500 MW [51][52][53]
Yanchi Solar Park  China 38°09′48″N 106°45′40″E / 38.1633714°N 106.7611986°E / 38.1633714; 106.7611986 380 525 2016 First phase of 380 MW completed in June 2016. Up to 2,000 MW when complete. [18][54][55]
Charanka Solar Park  India 23°54′N 71°12′E / 23.900°N 71.200°E / 23.900; 71.200 (Charanka Solar Park) 345 20 2012 Collection of 23 co-located power plants, of which the largest is 51 MW [56][57][58][59]
Springbok Solar Farm  United States 35°15′N 117°58′W / 35.25°N 117.96°W / 35.25; -117.96 (Springbok Solar Farm) 328 12 2016 260MW(AC) Another 90MW proposed [39]
Cestas Solar Park  France 44°43′32″N 0°49′1″W / 44.72556°N 0.81694°W / 44.72556; -0.81694 (Cestas Solar Farm) 300 380 2.5 2015 Completed in October 2015 [60]
Stateline Solar  United States 35°35′N 115°25′W / 35.58°N 115.41°W / 35.58; -115.41 (Stateline Solar) 300 6.82 2016 Completed as of September 2016. [39]
Nova Olinda Solar Farm  Brazil 292 2017 in Ribeira do Piauí, Piauí [61]
Agua Caliente Solar Project  United States 32°57.2′N 113°29.4′W / 32.9533°N 113.4900°W / 32.9533; -113.4900 (Agua Caliente) 290 626 9.71 2014 Project was completed in April 2014 [62][63][64][65]
Antelope Valley Solar Ranch  United States 34°46′N 118°25′W / 34.767°N 118.417°W / 34.767; -118.417 (Antelope Valley Solar Ranch) 266 525 8.50 2015 Has received government loan guarantee Corresponds to 230 MWAC [5][62][66][67][68][69]
Don José Solar Farm  Mexico 260 2018 Completed May 2018 [70][71][72]
Ituverava Solar Farm  Brazil 254 2017 in Tabocas do Brejo Velho, Bahia [73]
Mandsaur Solar Farm  India 250 2017 in Madhya Pradesh [74]
Silver State South Solar Project  United States 35°38′N 115°21′W / 35.633°N 115.350°W / 35.633; -115.350 (Silver State South Solar Project) 250 11.7 2016 Completed in June 2016. [39]
California Valley Solar Ranch  United States 35°20′N 119°55′W / 35.333°N 119.917°W / 35.333; -119.917 (California Valley Solar Ranch) 250 399 7.96 2013 First 130 MW connected February 2013 [75][76][77][78]
Moapa Southern Paiute  United States 36°31′N 114°45′W / 36.517°N 114.750°W / 36.517; -114.750 (Moapa Southern Paiute Solar Project) 250 2016 [39]
McCoy Solar Energy Project  United States 250 2016 [79]
El Romero Solar Farm  Chile   246 2016 at Vallenar in the Atacama region [80]
Escalante Solar Project  United States 240 2016 Completed August 2016.
Panoche Valley Solar Farm  United States 240 2018 Completed January 2018. [39]
Blythe Solar Energy Center  United States 235 2016 [79]
Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park  United Arab Emirates 213 2017 1000 MW planned [81]
Buckthorn Solar 1  United States 202 2018 [39]
Cixi solar farm  China   200 3 2017 Completed in January 2017. Mounted atop Changhe and Zhouxiang aquaculture reservoirs [21][82]
Gansu Jintai Solar Facility  China 200 2013 in Jin Chang, Gansu Province [83]
Garland Solar Facility  United States 200 2016 Completed December 2016. [84]
Gonghe Industrial Park Phase I  China   200 2013 Completed in December 2013. Following phases with 550 MW planned. [21][85]
Great Valley Solar  United States 200 2018 [39]
Tranquillity Solar project  United States 36°37′2″N 120°23′16″W / 36.61722°N 120.38778°W / 36.61722; -120.38778 (RE Tranquillity) 200 2016 Completed in September 2016, Fresno County, California [39][86]
Notes:
  • For comparison of the listed "nominal power" in the above table, see list of largest power stations in the world, listing for each renewable and non-renewable technology the world's top 10 largest power stations in terms of nominal capacity.
  • List is generally incomplete, outdated and includes only the largest power stations, only above a capacity of 200 MW

Timeline of the largest PV power stations[edit]

Timeline of the largest PV power stations in the world
Year(a) Name of PV power station Country Capacity
MW
1982 Lugo  United States 1
1985 Carrisa Plain  United States 5.6
2005 Bavaria Solarpark (Mühlhausen)  Germany 6.3
2006 Erlasee Solar Park  Germany 11.4
2008 Olmedilla Photovoltaic Park  Spain 60
2010 Sarnia Photovoltaic Power Plant  Canada 97
2011 Huanghe Hydropower Golmud Solar Park  China 200
2012 Agua Caliente Solar Project  United States 290
2014 Topaz Solar Farm(b)  United States 550
2015 Longyangxia Dam Solar Park  China 850
2016 Tengger Desert Solar Park  China 1547
Also see list of photovoltaic power stations and list of noteworthy solar parks
(a) year of final commissioning (b) capacity given in  MWAC otherwise in MWDC

Largest PV power stations in each country[edit]

Largest PV power stations in each country
Country Capacity
MW
Name of PV power station
 Algeria 20 La centrale photovoltaïque d'Adrar
 Argentina 9 Parque Solar Cañada Honda(b)
 Australia 102 Nyngan Solar Plant
 Bangladesh 28 Technaf Solartech
 Belarus 55 Rechitsa solar farm
 Brazil 292 Nova Linda Solar Farm
 Bolivia 60 Uyuni Photovoltaic Plant [87]
 Bulgaria 50 Karadzhalovo[88]
 Burkina Faso 33 Zagtouli Solar Power Station[89]
 Canada 102 Grand Renewable Solar Project
 Czech Republic 38 Ralsko Solar Park
 Chile 246 El Romero Solar Farm
 China 1500 Tengger Desert Solar Park
 Crimea 106 Perovo Solar Park
 France 300 Cestas Solar Park
 Germany 166 Solarpark Meuro
 Honduras 146 Nacaome and Valle Solar Power Plant
 India 1000 Kurnool Ultra Mega Solar Park
 Iran 20 Makran
 Israel 55 Halutziyot Power Station
 Italy 84 Montalto di Castro Photovoltaic Power Station
 Jamaica 28 Clarendon solar farm
 Japan 148 Eurus Rokkasho Solar Park
 Jordan 53 Shams Ma'an Solar Power Plant
 Kenya 55 Garissa Solar Power Plant
 Mexico 310 Villanueva Solar
 Moldova 1 Fly Ren
 Mongolia 15 Zamyn-Üüd solar plant[90]
 Namibia 7 Otjikoto solar farm[91]
 Netherlands 54.5 Scaldia
 Pakistan 100 Quaid-e-Azam Solar Park
 Peru 180 Rubi Solar Power Plant
 Philippines 133 Cadiz Solar Power Plant
 Portugal 46 Moura Photovoltaic Power Station
 Romania 45 Slobozia Solar Park
 Spain 60 Olmedilla Photovoltaic Park
 Senegal 30 Santhiou-Mekhe
 South Africa 175 Solar Capital De Aar
 Sweden 3 Solsidan
 Thailand 126 Tambol Huawai
 United Arab Emirates 213 Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park
 United Kingdom 72 Shotwick Solar Farm[92]
 United States 579 Solar Star(b)
(b) capacity given in  MWAC otherwise in MWDC

See also[edit]

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