Argentina claims largest PV plant in South America

Argentina is witnessing the construction of what is been called the biggest photovoltaic (PV) project in South America thanks to financing from the state-owned Investment Bank and Foreign Commerce, or BICE, according to Energias Renovables.
 
The Canada Honda I and II PV projects will be developed by Energias Sustentables SA in the province of San Juan, in the west of the country, according to the publication.
 
Cañada Honda I will have a capacity of 2 MW and has $8.8m in financing, while Canada Honda II, with a capacity of 3 MW, will require $10m in funding.
 
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