Sakaka solar plant

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The Sakaka solar plant Project is a 300-megawatt solar photovoltaic farm that was developed at a site of 6 square kilometres near Sakaka in the Al-Jawf region of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It is developed and managed by Sakaka Solar Company (SSEC). the plant is a joint venture between AquaPower 70% and SSEC at 30%. It is the first utility-scale solar project in Saudi Arabia. The work on the $320 million farm started in November 2018 and was connected to the local network in November 2019.[1][2]

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  1. "Saudi Arabia's 300 MW Sakaka solar plant comes online". pv magazine International.
  2. "Saudi's Sakaka: Saudi Arabia to connect plant to national grid". Power Technology - Energy News and Market Analysis. 3 December 2019.