List of photovoltaic power stations

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Nellis Solar Power Plant in the United States.

The following is a list of photovoltaic power stations that are larger than 50 megawatts (MW) in current net capacity. 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. The plants on this list as of January 2015 have a combined capacity of over 6 gigawatts (GW),[1][2] representing about one sixth of total global capacity of utility-scale plants, reported by Wiki-Solar to be some 36 GWAC at the end of 2014.[3][4]

Solar photovoltaic cells convert sunlight into electricity and many solar photovoltaic power stations have been built. The size of these stations has increased progressively over the last decade with frequent new capacity records. Until 2006, the largest was the 1980s-vintage Carrisa Plain plant at 5.6 MW. The 22 MW Pocking Solar Park was built in 2006. In 2008, the largest PV plant was the 60 MW Olmedilla Photovoltaic Park. The 97 MW Sarnia Photovoltaic Power Plant went online in 2009. Huanghe Hydropower Golmud Solar Park reached 200 MW in 2012. In August 2012, Agua Caliente Solar Project, (Arizona, 290 MW) reached 247 MW only to be passed by three larger plants in 2013. As of November 2014, Topaz Solar Farm was the largest PV solar plant in the world at 550 MW. The Desert Sunlight Solar Farm is a 550 MW solar power plant in Riverside County, California.[5][6]

Other large plants are under construction. The Solar Star project in California will reach 579 MWAC. Some plants over 1000 MW have been proposed around the world.

World's largest photovoltaic power stations[edit]

Name Country Location Capacity
MWp
Generation
GW·h p.a.
Year Remarks Ref
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 n.a. 2015 579 MWAC (747.3 MWp) connected to the grid on June 19, 2015.[7] Consists of Solar Star I (318 MWAC or 397.8 MWDC) and Solar Star II: 279 MWAC or 349.5 MWDC [8][9]
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 1,096 2014 Gradually commissioned since February 2013, reached final capacity 550 MW in November 2014 [10][11][12]
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 1,023 2015 Phase I with 300 MW completed in 2013. Construction of phase II to final capacity of 550 MW completed in January 2015 [13][14][15][16][17]
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)
458 484 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 scheduled to commence in 2015 and be completed by year-end 2016. [18][19][20]
Longyangxia Dam Solar Park  China
36°07′20″N 100°55′06″E / 36.12222°N 100.91833°E / 36.12222; 100.91833 (Longyangxia Dam Solar Park)
320 n.a. 2013 Completed in December 2013 [18][21][22]
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)
292 399 2013 First 130 MW connected February 2013 [23][24][25][26]
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 2014 Project was completed in April 2014 [27][28][29][30]
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 TBA Has received government loan guarantee Corresponds to 230 MWAC [5][27][31][32][33][34]
Mount Signal Solar  United States
32°40.4′N 115°38.38′W / 32.6733°N 115.63967°W / 32.6733; -115.63967 (Mount Signal Solar)
265.7 n.a. 2014 Corresponds to 206 MWAC. Completed in May 2014. [35][36]
Charanka Solar Park  India
23°54′N 71°12′E / 23.900°N 71.200°E / 23.900; 71.200 (Charanka Solar Park)
224 n.a. 2012 Collection of 17 co-located power plants, of which the largest is 25 MW [37][38]
Mesquite Solar project  United States
33°20′N 112°55′W / 33.333°N 112.917°W / 33.333; -112.917 (Mesquite)
207 413 2013 First phase of 150 MW in January 2013. Up to 700 MW when complete.  
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)
200 317 2011 Completed in October 2011. Within a group of 570 MW of co-located plants [39][40]
Gonghe Industrial Park Phase I  China
 
200 n.a. 2013 Completed in December 2013 [41]
Imperial Valley Solar Farm  United States
 
200 n.a. 2013 Completed in August 2013 [42]
Centinela Solar Energy Project  United States
32°40′55″N 115°39′38″W / 32.68194°N 115.66056°W / 32.68194; -115.66056 (Centinela Solar Energy Project)
170 n.a. 2013 Completed in July 2013 [27][43]
Solarpark Meuro  Germany
51°32′N 13°55′E / 51.533°N 13.917°E / 51.533; 13.917 (Solarpark Meuro)
166 n.a. 2012 Adjoins Senftenberg Solarpark [18]
Campo Verde Solar Project  United States
32°45′N 115°43′W / 32.750°N 115.717°W / 32.750; -115.717 (Campo Verde Solar)
161 n.a. 2013 Completed in April 2013 [18][44]
Welspun Solar MP project  India
 
151 n.a. 2014 Completed in February 2014 [45][46][47]
Imperial Solar Energy Center South  United States
32°47′N 115°42′W / 32.783°N 115.700°W / 32.783; -115.700 (Imperial Solar South)
150 n.a. 2013 Completed in November 2013 [48][49]
SolarGen 2 Imperial Valley  United States 150 2014
Neuhardenberg Solar Park  Germany
52°36′49.62″N 14°14′32.64″E / 52.6137833°N 14.2424000°E / 52.6137833; 14.2424000 (Neuhardenberg Solar Park)
145 n.a. 2012 A group of 11 co-located plant by the same developer but with different IPPs. Completed in September 2012. [18][50][51]
Arlington Valley Solar II  United States
33°18′39″N 112°49′44″W / 33.31083°N 112.82889°W / 33.31083; -112.82889 (AVSE II)
145 n.a. 2013 Completed in November 2013 [18][52]
Catalina Solar Project  United States
34°56′N 118°20′W / 34.933°N 118.333°W / 34.933; -118.333 (Catalina Solar Project)
143 204 2013 Phase 1 completed in 2012. Phase 2 completed in September 2013 [53][54][55]
Templin Solar Park  Germany
53°1′53.62″N 13°32′18.92″E / 53.0315611°N 13.5385889°E / 53.0315611; 13.5385889 (Templin Solar Park)
128.48 n.a. 2012 Completed in September 2012 [18][56]
Sakri Solar Plant  India
20°59′N 74°19′E / 20.983°N 74.317°E / 20.983; 74.317 (Sakri solar plant)
125 n.a. 2013 Completed in March 2013 [57][58][59]
Toul-Rosières Solar Park  France
48°47′12″N 5°58′44″E / 48.786672°N 5.979002°E / 48.786672; 5.979002 (Toul-Rosières Solar Park)
115 n.a. 2012 Completed in July 2012 [60]
Perovo Solar Park  Ukraine
44°54′N 33°56′E / 44.900°N 33.933°E / 44.900; 33.933 (Perovo Solar Park)
105.56 133 2011   [18][61][62]
Nyngan Solar Plant  Australia 31°34′S 147°05′E / 31.567°S 147.083°E / -31.567; 147.083 (Nyngan Solar Park) 102 n.a. 2015 Completed in June 2015 [63][64][65]
Amanecer Solar CAP  Chile
27°07′06″S 70°10′16″W / 27.11833°S 70.17111°W / -27.11833; -70.17111 (Amanecer Solar CAP)
100 270[66] 2014 Completed in June 2014 [67]
Azure Solar Project  India
 
100 n.a. 2015 Completed in May 2015
ACME Solar Project  India
 
100 n.a. 2015 Completed in June 2015
Gansu Jiayuguan Solar Park  China
 
100 n.a. 2013 Completed in June 2013 [18][68]
Ningxia Qingyang Solar Park  China
 
100 150 2013   [69][70]
Quaid-e-Azam Solar Park  Pakistan
29°19′N 71°49′E / 29.317°N 71.817°E / 29.317; 71.817 (Quaid-E-Azam Solar Park)
100 n.a. 2015 DACC & Conergy [71][72]
Xitieshan Solar Park  China
37°18′34″N 95°29′5″E / 37.30944°N 95.48472°E / 37.30944; 95.48472 (Xitieshan Solar Park)
100 164 2011 Phase I completed 2010, phases II and III in 2011 [73][74][75][76][77]
Sarnia Photovoltaic Power Plant  Canada
42°56′N 82°20′W / 42.933°N 82.333°W / 42.933; -82.333 (Sarnia Photovoltaic Power Plant)
97 120 2010   [78][79][80]
Jasper Solar Energy Project  South Africa
32°01′00″S 19°43′00″E / 32.01667°S 19.71667°E / -32.01667; 19.71667 (Kalkbult Solar Energy Facility)
96 180 2014 Completed in October 2014 [81]
Brandenburg-Briest Solarpark  Germany
52°26′12″N 12°27′05″E / 52.43667°N 12.45139°E / 52.43667; 12.45139 (Brandenburg-Briest Solarpark)
91 n.a. 2011    
Solarpark Finow Tower  Germany
52°49′31″N 13°41′54″E / 52.82528°N 13.69833°E / 52.82528; 13.69833 (Solarpark Finow Tower)
84.7 82 2011 Near capital Berlin. Uses Suntech modules. [18][82]
Montalto di Castro Photovoltaic Power Station  Italy
42°21′N 11°35′E / 42.350°N 11.583°E / 42.350; 11.583 (Montalto di Castro Photovoltaic Power Station)
84.2 n.a. 2010   [18]
Lopburi Solar Farm  Thailand
14°56′N 100°46′E / 14.933°N 100.767°E / 14.933; 100.767 (Lopburi Solar Farm)
84 106 2013 First phase completed in 2011. Additional 11 MW completed in May 2013. [83][84][85]
Eggebek Solar Park  Germany
54°37′46″N 9°20′36″E / 54.62944°N 9.34333°E / 54.62944; 9.34333 (Eggebek Solar Park)
83.6 n.a. 2011    
Oita City Mega-Solar Power Plant  Japan
 
82.02 n.a. 2014 Completed in April 2014 [86]
Senftenberg Solarpark  Germany
51°33′N 13°59′E / 51.550°N 13.983°E / 51.550; 13.983 (Solarpark Senftenberg)
82 n.a. 2011 Phase II and III completed 2011 [18][87]
Finsterwalde Solar Park  Germany
51°34′N 13°45′E / 51.567°N 13.750°E / 51.567; 13.750 (Finsterwalde Solar Park)
80.7 n.a. 2009 Phase I completed 2009, phase II and III 2010 [88][89]
Okhotnykovo Solar Park  Ukraine
45°14′N 33°35′E / 45.233°N 33.583°E / 45.233; 33.583 (Okhotnykovo Solar Park)
80 100 2011   [18][90][91]
Datong Solar Park  China
 
80 n.a. 2013 Phases I and II completed 2013, 20 MW Phase III under construction [70][92]
Kalkbult Solar Park  South Africa
 
75 n.a. 2013   [18][93]
Lesedi Solar Park  South Africa
 
75 n.a. 2014 Completed in May 2014 [94][95]
Letsatsi Solar Park  South Africa
 
75 n.a. 2014 Completed in May 2014 [96][97]
Lieberose Photovoltaic Park  Germany
51°55′N 14°24′E / 51.917°N 14.400°E / 51.917; 14.400 (Lieberose Photovoltaic Park)
71.8 n.a. 2009   [98][99]
Rovigo Photovoltaic Power Plant  Italy
45°02′N 11°34′E / 45.033°N 11.567°E / 45.033; 11.567 (Rovigo Photovoltaic Power Plant)
70.556 n.a. 2010 Completed in November 2010 [18][100][101][102]
Kagoshima Nanatsujima Megasolar Project  Japan
31°28′00″N 130°31′30″E / 31.46667°N 130.52500°E / 31.46667; 130.52500 (Kagoshima Nanatsujima Megasolar)
70 n.a. 2013   [18][103]
Project Salvador  Chile
26°17′37″S 69°37′39″W / 26.29361°S 69.62750°W / -26.29361; -69.62750 (Project Salvador)
70 200 2014 Completed in November 2014 [104]
Nikolayevka Solar Park  Ukraine
 
69.7 90 2013 Completed in August 2013 [18][105]
DTTC Lyneham solar farm  United Kingdom
 
69.5
 
2015 Completed in March 2015 [106]
Sault Ste. Marie Solar Park  Canada
46°33′N 84°21′W / 46.550°N 84.350°W / 46.550; -84.350 (Sault Ste Marie Solar Park)
69 n.a. 2011 First phase already completed in 2010 [18][107]
Solarpark Alt Daber  Germany
53°12′N 12°31′E / 53.200°N 12.517°E / 53.200; 12.517 (Solarpark Alt Daber)
67.8 71.4 2011   [18]
Gabardan Solar Park  France
44°03′N 00°01′W / 44.050°N 0.017°W / 44.050; -0.017 (Gabardan - Losse solar power plant)
67.2 n.a. 2011 Completed in September 2011 [18][108]
Laowa Solar Park  China
24°47′N 103°26′E / 24.783°N 103.433°E / 24.783; 103.433 (Laowa Solar Park)
66 n.a.  ??? 166 MW planned [109][110][111]
Alpine Solar  United States
34°47′49″N 118°30′44″W / 34.796925°N 118.512315°W / 34.796925; -118.512315 (Alpine Solar)
66 n.a. 2013 Completed in February 2013 [18][112][113]
Hooper Solar  United States
 
64 n.a. 2015 Completed in January 2015 [114]
Green Tower  Germany
 
61 n.a. 2013 Completed in January 2013 [115]
Wulanchabu Siziwangqi Solar Park  China
 
60.5 n.a.  ???   [116]
Karadzhalovo Solar Park  Bulgaria
42°06′17″N 25°19′18″E / 42.10472°N 25.32167°E / 42.10472; 25.32167 (Karadzhalovo Solar Park)
60.4 n.a. 2012 Completed in March 2012 [117]
Lalackama I  Chile
 
60 160 2014 The 18 MW Lalackama II plant is located nearby and is capable of generating approximately 50 GWh per year [118][119]
Alpaugh Solar Plant  United States
 
60 n.a.  ??? Corresponds to 50 MWAC [27][120]
Olmedilla Photovoltaic Park  Spain
39°37′N 02°04′W / 39.617°N 2.067°W / 39.617; -2.067 (Olmedilla Photovoltaic Park)
60 85 2008 Completed in September 2008 [18]
Crucey Solar Park  France
48°38′44″N 01°05′56″E / 48.64556°N 1.09889°E / 48.64556; 1.09889 (Crucey Solar Park)
60 n.a. 2012 Completed in September 2012 [121]
Silver State North  United States
35°37′N 115°21′W / 35.617°N 115.350°W / 35.617; -115.350 (Silver State North)
60 122 2012 Completed in May 2012 [18][122][123]
Avenal Solar Facility  United States
35°59′N 120°06′W / 35.983°N 120.100°W / 35.983; -120.100 (Avenal Solar Facility)
57.7 n.a.  ??? Corresponds to 45 MWAC [18][124]
Massangis Solar Park  France
47°38′N 03°58′E / 47.633°N 3.967°E / 47.633; 3.967 (Massangis Solar Park)
56 n.a. 2012 Completed in October 2012 [18][125]
Priozernaya Solar Park  Ukraine
 
54.8 n.a. 2013 Completed in March 2013 [18][126]
Strasskirchen Solar Park  Germany
48°48′N 12°43′E / 48.800°N 12.717°E / 48.800; 12.717 (Strasskirchen Solar Park)
54 57 2009 Completed in December 2009 [18]
Walddrehna Solar Park  Germany
51°47′N 13°38′E / 51.783°N 13.633°E / 51.783; 13.633 (Walddrehna Solar Park)
52.3 n.a. 2012 Completed in June 2012 [18][127]
Tutow Solar Park  Germany
53°55′N 13°12′E / 53.917°N 13.200°E / 53.917; 13.200 (Tutow Solar Park)
52 n.a. 2011 First phase already completed in 2009 [18]
Waldpolenz Solar Park  Germany
51°19′N 12°39′E / 51.317°N 12.650°E / 51.317; 12.650 (Waldpolenz Solar Park)
52 52 2008 Finished construction in December 2008. Added extension in September 2011 [128][129][130][131]
Puertollano  Spain
38°37′18.12″N 3°58′31.31″W / 38.6217000°N 3.9753639°W / 38.6217000; -3.9753639 (Puertollano)
52 n.a. 2008   [132]
Pobeda Solar Park  Bulgaria
43°31′16″N 24°32′30″E / 43.52111°N 24.54167°E / 43.52111; 24.54167 (Pobeda Solar Park)
50.6 n.a. 2012   [133][134]
Welspun Energy Rajasthan 50 MW Project  India
27°24′40.69″N 72°9′30.40″E / 27.4113028°N 72.1584444°E / 27.4113028; 72.1584444 (Welspun Energy 55 MW Rajasthan Project)
50 n.a. 2013 Two stages of 15 MW plus one of 20 MW. Completed in March 2013. [135]
Qinghai Golmud Solar Park  China
36°20′N 95°13′E / 36.333°N 95.217°E / 36.333; 95.217 (Qinghai Golmud Solar Park)
50 99 2011   [136][137][138][139][140]
Hongsibao Solar Park  China
39°20′N 106°44′E / 39.333°N 106.733°E / 39.333; 106.733 (Hongsibao Solar Park)
50 n.a. 2011 First phase already completed in 2010 [141][142]
Huaneng Geermu Solar Park  China
36°23′13.2″N 95°6′18″E / 36.387000°N 95.10500°E / 36.387000; 95.10500 (Huaneng Geermu Solar Park)
50 n.a. 2012 Scheduled for 2012 in 20 MW and 30 MW phases [143][144]
Gansu Dunhuang Solar Park  China
40°04′12″N 94°30′06″E / 40.07°N 94.5018°E / 40.07; 94.5018 (Gansu Dunhuang Solar PV Power Station)
50 78 2013 Within the Qili Photoelectricity Park co-located site. Completed January 2013. [145]
Weidi Solar Park  China
26°10′34″N 101°39′07″E / 26.17611°N 101.65194°E / 26.17611; 101.65194 (Weidi Solar Park)
50 65.940 2013 First 10 MW completed in December 2012. Completed March 2013. [146][147]
Golmud CPV Solar Park  China
36°25′N 94°54′E / 36.417°N 94.900°E / 36.417; 94.900 (Golmud CPV Solar Park)
50 n.a. 2013 Completed in May 2013 [148][149]
Tahara Solar Wind Project  Japan
34°42′50″N 137°16′07″E / 34.71389°N 137.26861°E / 34.71389; 137.26861 (Tahara Solar Wind)
50 n.a. 2014 Consists of a 50 MW solar farm and a 6 MW wind farm. Completed in October 2014. [150][151]
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 50 MW

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Large systems under construction or in planning[edit]

Large systems in planning or under construction
PV power station Country Site co-ordinates Nominal power
(MWp)
Expected
completion
Notes and description
Project Helios[152][153][154]  Greece 10,000 2020 ** 2,000 MW sections in as yet undefined sites.
Adani Renewable Energy Park Rajasthan[155]  India 10,000 2022 **
Ladakh Power Project[156]  India 7,500 TBA Recently announced by government of India
Westlands Solar Park[157]  United States 36°10′N 119°56′W / 36.167°N 119.933°W / 36.167; -119.933 (Westlands Solar Park) 2,700 TBA * 18 MW is completed
Pavagada Soura Ghataka[158]  India 2,000 TBA *
Ordos Solar Project[159]  China 39°37′N 109°45′W / 39.617°N 109.750°W / 39.617; -109.750 (Ordos Solar Project)[160] 2,000 2019 ** To be completed in 4 stages, 30 MW, 100 MW, 870 MW, 1,000 MW[161]
Bulli Creek Solar Farm[162]  Australia 2,000 TBA in 100-500MW sections
Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park[163][164][165]  United Arab Emirates 24°46′51″N 55°22′13″E / 24.78083°N 55.37028°E / 24.78083; 55.37028 (Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park) 1,000 2030 ** 13 MWp was completed in 2013. 2nd phase of 200 MWAC (260 MWp[166]) to be completed in 2017. Third phase of 800 MW announced in April 2015.[167]
Quaid-e-Azam Solar Park[71]  Pakistan 29°19′N 71°49′E / 29.317°N 71.817°E / 29.317; 71.817 (Quaid-E-Azam Solar Park) 1,000 2016 * First phase of 100 MW completed in April 2015 and inaugurated in May 2015.[168][169][170][171] Approved to be upgraded to 1,500 MW.[172]
Mahabubnagar Solar Park [173]  India 1,000 TBA
McCoy Solar Energy Project[174][175]  United States 33°40′N 114°45′W / 33.667°N 114.750°W / 33.667; -114.750 (McCoy Solar Project) 750 2016 ** First phase of 250 MW to be completed in 2016[176]
Blythe Solar Power Project  United States 33°39′N 114°43′W / 33.650°N 114.717°W / 33.650; -114.717 (Blythe Solar Power Project) 485 2018
Ukujima Mega Solar Plant[177]  Japan 33°12′05.3″N 129°38′10.0″E / 33.201472°N 129.636111°E / 33.201472; 129.636111 (Ukujima Solarpark) 480 2015 ** Photovolt Development
Calzadilla de los Barros[178]  Spain 38°18′N 6°16′W / 38.300°N 6.267°W / 38.300; -6.267 (Calzadilla de los Barros) 400 2015 **
Gadsden County[179]  United States 30°35′N 84°37′W / 30.583°N 84.617°W / 30.583; -84.617 (Gadsden County) 400 **
Alamo Solar Farm[180]  United States 29°17′N 98°26′W / 29.283°N 98.433°W / 29.283; -98.433 (Alamo Solar Farm) 400 2016 **
Panoche Valley Solar Farm [181]  United States 36°37′N 120°52′W / 36.617°N 120.867°W / 36.617; -120.867 (Panoche Valley Solar Farm) 399
AVSP I[182]  United States 35°53′N 118°10′W / 35.883°N 118.167°W / 35.883; -118.167 (AVSP I) 390 2016 **
Desert Stateline[13][14][183]  United States 35°42′N 115°25′W / 35.700°N 115.417°W / 35.700; -115.417 (Desert Stateline) 360 2015 **
Soda Mountain Solar Project[184][185]  United States 35°09′N 116°11′W / 35.150°N 116.183°W / 35.150; -116.183 (Soda Mountain) 350 2016 **
AVSP II[182]  United States 35°53′N 118°10′W / 35.883°N 118.167°W / 35.883; -118.167 (AVSP II) 331.2 2016 **
Silver State South[186]  United States 35°37′N 115°20′W / 35.617°N 115.333°W / 35.617; -115.333 (Silver State South) 250 2016 **[187]
Atacama Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant[188]  Chile 20°28′S 69°28′W / 20.467°S 69.467°W / -20.467; -69.467 (Atacama Solar) 250 2017 ** To be completed 50 MW/year beginning in 2013
Royanejos Solarpark[189][190]  Spain 38°58′N 6°21′W / 38.967°N 6.350°W / 38.967; -6.350 (Royanejos Solarpark) 250 2015 ** €270 million
Moapa Solar Farm  United States 250 2016 ** Capacity given in AC, 250 MWAC.[191][192]
Mallee Solar Park[193]  Australia 34°16′S 142°03′E / 34.267°S 142.050°E / -34.267; 142.050 (Mallee Solar Park) 250 2015 ** Thin film CdTe from First Solar
Setouchi Mega-Solar Project  Japan 34°39′N 134°09′E / 34.650°N 134.150°E / 34.650; 134.150 (Setouchi Mega-Solar Project) 231 * Construction began November 2014
Tomakomai Solar Park[194]  Japan 42°40′N 141°43′E / 42.667°N 141.717°E / 42.667; 141.717 (Tomakomai Solar Park) 200 **
Mildura Solar concentrator power station[195]  Australia 34°27′S 142°11′E / 34.450°S 142.183°E / -34.450; 142.183 (Mildura Solar concentrator power station) 184.8 ** Heliostat concentrator using GaAs cells from Spectrolab
Encuentro Solar[196]  Chile 180 **
Crucero Solar[196]  Chile 180 **
Nzema Solar Park[197]  Ghana 155 2015 **
Vranje Solar Park[198][199]  Serbia 42°34′N 21°54′E / 42.567°N 21.900°E / 42.567; 21.900 (Vranje Solar Park) 150
Imperial Solar Energy Center West[48][49]  United States 32°54′N 115°49′W / 32.900°N 115.817°W / 32.900; -115.817 (Imperial Solar West) 150 2016 **
Luz Del Norte [200]  Chile 141 December 2015 * Thin film CdTe from First Solar
Quinto Solar Project[182][201]  United States 37°07′N 121°04′W / 37.117°N 121.067°W / 37.117; -121.067 (Quinto Solar Project) 132 2015 *
Atacama 1 PV [202]  Chile 100 2015 *
Kathu Solar Park[203]  South Africa 27°35′S 25°40′E / 27.583°S 25.667°E / -27.583; 25.667 (Kathu Solar Park) 100 2014
Rays Solar Park[204]  India 27°57′N 73°09′E / 27.950°N 73.150°E / 27.950; 73.150 (Rays Solar) 100 **
Springbok Solar Farm[205]  United States 100 2016
Midlands[206]  Zimbabwe 18°48′S 29°18′E / 18.800°S 29.300°E / -18.800; 29.300 (Midlands) 100 **
Customer Choice Solar Farm[207][208][209]  United States 96 **
Redwoods Solar Farm[205]  United States 90
Laberinto Este[196]  Chile 76.7 **
North Star Solar[27]  United States 72 2015 **
Moree Solar Farm[210]  Australia 29°32′S 149°51′E / 29.533°S 149.850°E / -29.533; 149.850 (Moree Solar Farm) 70 2015 * Multi crystalline solar PV, single-axis tracking. Construction commenced in November 2014
Laberinto Oeste[196]  Chile 69.8 **
Javiera[211][212]  Chile 69.5 2015 * Located in commune of Chañara, in Chile’s Atacama region.
Beixiao Shilin Solar Park[213][214]  China 66 * First 20 MW phase completed in 2010
Dongtai Solar Park[215]  China 61.4 *
Broken Hill Solar Plant  Australia   53 2015 * Thin film CdTe from First Solar. Construction began July 2014. To be completed at end of 2015. Capacity of 53 MWAC.[216][217] Also see sister project Nyngan Solar Plant.[218]
Jingneng Ge'ermu Solar Park[219]  China 50.1 2013 *
Nobelsfontein Solar Park[220]  South Africa 50 2015 **
Bahawalpur[71][72]  Pakistan 50 2013 ** DACC & Conergy
Yongren Ganbala[221]  China 26°10′57″N 101°40′16″E / 26.18250°N 101.67111°E / 26.18250; 101.67111 (Yongren Ganbala) 50 2013 * Yongren Xiehe Solar Power
Calderón[222]  Ecuador 0°14′S 78°33′W / 0.233°S 78.550°W / -0.233; -78.550 (Calderón) 49.6 **
Legend: * Under construction; ** Planned

See also[edit]

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  222. ^ Isofoton proposes largest Latin American project

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