Inaugurating LIG – Quang Tri SPP

03/07/2019 14:38:29 - views: 572

On June 30, 2019 in Gia Thanh commune, Gio Linh district, Quang Tri province, Licogi 13 Joint Stock Company held a ceremony for inaugurating LIG – Quang Tri solar power project (SPP).

The workers and engineers test the parameters at LIG - Quang Tri SPP.
 
The LIG – Quang Tri SPP with a capacity of 49.5 MW, an average generation of 70 GWh per year and a total investment level of 1,125 billion VND has been started for construction on an area of 60 ha in territory of Gio Thanh and Gio Hai communes, Gio Linh district, Quang Tri province since December 2018.
 
The PV panels on area of LIG - Quang Tri SP
 
The project is invested by Licogi 13 Joint Stock Company with a time life of 50 years. After over 5 month construction, on May 18, 2019 the project was connected with the national power system (through the 110 kV grid) for testing and on May 22, 2019 was officially put into commercial operation to in time celebrate the 30th anniversary of the re-establishment of Quang Tri province (1/7/1989 - 1 /7/2019).
 
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