The construction of the three projects will total about 3.5MW.
Madrid, Tainan City, July 20, 2021 – The Spanish-Japanese company Univergy Solar has completed the construction of a solar photovoltaic project and has initiated two others in the city of Tainan City, located in southwestern Taiwan, facing the Formosa Strait. The development projects are located in agriculturally used areas and will achieve a total clean energy generation capacity of more than 3.5 MW of power.
The three projects are as follows:
Xueshan solar project completed in Tainan City Qigu Dist of 1.4 MW on a 400 M2 site, which will have 4,650 PV panels (photos included).
Xinpu solar project in Tainan City Qigu Dist of 1MW on 14,000 M2 land, which will have 3,170 PV panels.
Matelanshan solar project in Shanshang Dist of 1 MW on a 140 M2 site, which will have 2,560 photovoltaic panels.
Sherry Chen, head of Taiwan for Univergy Solar, said, “The successful completion of this first solar project and the commissioning of two other projects in Tainan City mark Univergy’s establishment in the renewable energy market in Taiwan for the development of new PV projects that the company will undertake in the future.” “This is another step forward in the consolidation of Univergy in Asia Pacific.”
Alejandro Collado, development director for Asia-Pacific also remarked that “Taiwan is a very important strategic market for Univergy Solar. We are having a very strong consolidation of our business line and we are very excited about the government’s position in favor of renewables. We are also very interested in alternative forms of development in Taiwan, such as agri-power and farmed solar, which we believe will grow enormously in importance in the coming years.
is going to grow enormously in importance and are a very rational use in a country with little free acreage.”
About Univergy Solar
UNIVERGY Solar is a Spanish-Japanese group with headquarters in Tokyo and Madrid, specialized in the development, construction and operation of renewable energy projects, and an international presence in more than 16 countries. It has more than 20 years of experience in the development of renewable energy generation projects at an international level, managing a development portfolio of more than 10.9 GW and more than 400 projects.