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Jamaica set for its biggest solar plant

One of the largest solar projects in the Caribbean is to be built in Jamaica.

The 37 MW scheme will be the island’s largest solar project and is being delivered by renewable energy developer Eight Rivers Energy Company and its project partners Neoen, MPC, Ferrostaal and Rekamniar Frontier Ventures.

Independent engineering consultancy OST Energy has been appointed as owner’s engineer for the project in Westmoreland Parish.

The plant is due for completion in December 2018 and OST will provide support for the three main phases of development, construction, and commissioning.à‚ 

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