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Recent projects

Apodi, Brazil, 162 MW

Apodi Solar is Scatec Solar’s first power plant in Brazil. The 50/50 Joint Venture with Equinor established in 2017, is responsible for operation and maintenance as well as asset management of the solar plant. The Apodi Solar plant is owned 43.75 percent by Scatec Solar, 43.75 percent by Equinor and 12.5 percent by the holding company Apodi Participações formed by the Brazilian companies Z2 Power, Pacto Energia and Kroma Energia.

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Quantum, Malaysia, 197 MW

In December 2016, Scatec Solar entered the Malaysian large-scale solar energy market by joining forces with a local ItraMAS-led consortium that has signed three 21-year Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) with the country's largest electricity utility, Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB).

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Aswan, Egypt, 400 MW

In April 2017, Scatec Solar and partners signed 25-year Power Purchase Agreements for delivery of electricity from six solar plants totaling 400 MW (DC) with the Government of Egypt.

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Key figures

Installed capacity

584 MW

Under construction

1,071 MW

Target for 2021

3.5 GW