"Masrik-1" solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant project has entered into an active phase by the resolution of RA Government № 1016-A dated on June 18, 2020. The EBRD and IFC have amended the Government Support Agreement for the Project Credit Funding. These amendments are mainly related to the definition of a number of concepts. The responsibility of the Developer for possible environmental violations has been specified.
It should be noted that the winner of the competition for the construction of "Masrik-1" was recognized the consortium of companies - Fotowatio Renewable Ventures B.V. (Netherlands) and FSL Solar S.L. (Kingdom of Spain) with which the Government of the Republic of Armenia signed a Government Support Agreement in 2018 on the organization and implementation of the Project.
"Masrik-1" solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant indicators
- A solar photovoltaic station with 55.0 MW alternating current power and 62.013 MW peak power.
- The area of the station will be 128.3 hectares, the length of the fence of the station will be 5870 m.
- A 9.2-kilometer-long 110 kW high-voltage overhead line will be built, from Masrik 1 substation to “Kaputak” and “Akunk” air transmission line anchor piles. The connections are intended for N452 anchor pile of "Kaputak" and N86 anchor pile of "Akunk". According to the resolution of RA Government dated on March 29, 2019, 32,6591 hectares of land were alienated from Mets Masrik settlement for the purpose of construction of the station.
June 25, 2020 at 16:14