Solar power plants will be built on a former military base in France

Two solar power plants Blueberry and Blueberry Central with a total capacity of 30 MW are being built on the territory of a former military base in France, Ecotown reports.

The company that implements the project, BayWa R. E., plans to expand the installed capacity of the solar power plants to 66 MW by 2023.

It is noted that the military fortifications at La Martiniere are not suitable for agriculture due to pyrotechnic pollution.

Two solar farms with a total capacity of 30 MW in the former military site at La Martiniere have to be launched in early 2021.

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