Equinor to install solar in Argentina

The Norwegian oil and gas group continues to invest in green technologies. The company will now install 117 MW of solar in Argentina.

Oil and gas is the main business of Norwegian utility Equinor (formerly Statoil). However, the giant is increasingly involved in wind and solar ventures, with a new solar project announced in Argentina.

Equinor will install a 117 MW solar farm in the South American country together with Norwegian solar developer Scatec Solar. The two parties will each receive 50 percent ownership of the farm.

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