Stake in Europe’s largest PV plant for Sonnedix

Independent solar producer, Sonnedix, has announced the acquisition of the 24 MW ground mounted Toul 3 solar project near the city of Nancy in north-eastern France.

Constructed by EDF Energy, the plant is one of three adjacent solar plants forming part of the 115 MW Toul-Rosieres solar park, the largest in Europe to date. The solar plant was built in a former NATO air base using one and half million First Solar panels and SMA inverters.
Sonnedix solar farm
The global 115MW solar park will be operated by EDF EN Services. Toul 3 solar plant is the seventh and largest of Sonnedix in France.

"Sonnedix is delighted to have EDF EN as one of its key partners in France and look forward to continued cooperation with them in other large solar projects in the near future " said Franck Constant, Chairman of Sonnedix.

Toul 3 will start generating solar generated electricity this summer, adding in excess of 26 GWh per year to Sonnedix European portfolio.

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