32 MW: ISLASOl I, Philippines

The ISLASOL I (formerly known as San Carlos Solar Energy II (SaCaSol II)) 32 MWp PV Power Plant was energized and commissioned on March 7, 2016. ISLASOL I was built for Negros Island Solar Power Inc. (iSLASOL), a joint venture between Bronzeoak Philippines and the Philippine Investment Alliance for Infrastructure (PINAI), a fund managed by Macquarie Infrastructure Management (Asia) Pty Limited that is dedicated to providing equity investments in Philippine infrastructure.

Located in La Carlota, Negros Occidental, Philippines, ISLASOL I consists of two phases: the 18 MWp ISLASOL I A and 14 MWp ISLASOL I B. ISLASOL I produces some 47,160 MWh per year of emission-free solar electricity, offsetting about 28,908 tons of CO2 and powering 28,800 average Philippine households annually.

Project Highlights

March 2016

La Carlota, Negros Occidental, Philippines

Installed Capacity:
32 MWp

Annual Yield:
47,160 MWh

123,096 polycrystalline

32 SMA Central inverters

Mounting System:
fixed tilt, ground mount

Size of Plant:
448,814 Square meters

Annual CO2 Savings:
28,908 tons

Photo credit: iSLASOL

Photo credit: iSLASOL

Photo credit: iSLASOL