Myanmar plans to have South East Asia’s largest solar power plant Reply

Mizzima Wednesday October 14, 2015

Myanmar is to host a series of flagship solar projects, following a number of contract awards in recent weeks, industry website businessgreen.com reported on 13 October.

US-based engineering giant Black & Veatch announced yesterday it has been appointed by Thailand-based developer Green Earth Power to provide design and consultancy services for a 220 MW solar project in Myanmar, described as “Southeast Asia’s largest solar power plant”.

Construction on the high profile project, which is located in Minbu in the Magway region, is now expected to start in the first quarter of next year.

– See more at: http://mizzima.com/business-domestic/myanmar-plans-have-south-east-asia%E2%80%99s-largest-solar-power-plant#sthash.wAycH5Qg.dpuf

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