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Low Carbon adds 42 MW of new solar power capacity

Low Carbon has successfully connected three solar farms with a combined capacity of 42MW to the grid in the UK and the Netherlands.

The group’s St Clere’s Solar Farm in Essex will produce 23MW of clean energy and is their second UK project to energise following the Fox Covert Solar Farm in Buckinghamshire announced in October.

The two Dutch projects located in the province of Utrecht, 10MW Wijkerbroek East and 9MW Wijkerbroek West, are the latest instalment of more than 120MW of Dutch solar that is expected to come online by early 2024.

The two projects in the Netherlands were developed by LC Energy, Low Carbon’s joint venture with engineering firm Qing and one of the leading renewables developers in the Netherlands.

The three projects are the latest projects to reach this key milestone as the company scales up to create 20GW of new renewable energy capacity by 2030.

Roy Bedlow, Founder and Chief Executive of Low Carbon, said: “We are delighted to connect more new renewable capacity to the grid as we make progress on our journey towards building a global Independent Power Producer. The latest milestone for these projects reinforces our strong track record of delivering renewable energy infrastructure on time and on budget as we maximise our efforts to tackle climate change.”


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