Târgu Cărbunești Solar Park

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Târgu Cărbunești Solar Park
Târgu Cărbunești Solar Park is located in Romania
Târgu Cărbunești Solar Park
Location of Târgu Cărbunești Solar Park
LocationTârgu Cărbunești
Coordinates44°57′30″N 23°30′23″E / 44.95833°N 23.50639°E / 44.95833; 23.50639Coordinates: 44°57′30″N 23°30′23″E / 44.95833°N 23.50639°E / 44.95833; 23.50639
Commission date2013
Construction cost€35 million
Solar field
TypeFlat-panel PV
Power generation
Units operational80,000
Nameplate capacity20 MW
Annual net output28 GWh

Târgu Cărbunești Solar Park is a large thin-film photovoltaic (PV) power system, built on a 50 ha (120 acres) plot of land located in Târgu Cărbunești in Romania. The solar park has around 80,000 state-of-the-art thin film PV panels for a total nameplate capacity of 20-megawatts, and was finished in July 2013.[1] The solar park is expected to supply around 28 GWh of electricity per year enough to power some 31,000 average homes.[1]

The installation is located in the Gorj County in southern Romania in Târgu Cărbunești. The investment cost for the Slobozia solar park amounts to some Euro 35 million.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c "The largest photovoltaic park in Romania was inaugurated in Targu-Carbunesti" (in Romanian). romaniascout.ro. 2013-07-01. Retrieved 2014-01-06.