Environmental services group Veolia has begun operating a new solar farm in the UK. The facility has been built on top of the former Ockendon landfill in Essex, England and has an output of 59 MW. This makes it the largest photovoltaic project developed on a restored landfill site in the UK, according to the company. The solar park uses around 107,000 bi-facial solar modules, meaning that they absorb light on both sides. Each is rated at either 540Wp or 545Wp. ...
Veolia opens 59 MW solar array on restored landfill in the UK
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