Two large solar projects go live in South Africa

SolarReserve announced that two 75-megawatt (MW-DC) solar photovoltaic (PV) projects have completed construction and are fully operational.

These two projects are helping to power Eskom’s South African electric grid with renewable energy.

The Lesedi and Letsatsi Projects, totalling 150 MW-DC of installed capacity, are capable of powering 130,000 South African homes with clean energy.

The Lesedi Project and Letsatsi Project are located in the Northern Cape and the Free State respectively.

The projects have each executed 20-year power purchase agreements with Eskom, the South African power utility company ranked as one of the top 20 utilities in the world by power generation.

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