Norwegian solar panel developer Scatec Solar continues its expansion on growth markets. The company writes in a corporate statement that it has entered power sales agreements for three solar farms in South Africa concerning a total 258 MW.
"South Africa continues to be an important market for Scatec Solar and we are very pleased to see that the renewables programme now is finally moving forward. We believe solar energy will continue to play an important role in the energy mix and provide strong support for economic growth in the country in the years to come," says Raymond Carlsen, CEO of Scatec Solar, in the statement.
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