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PFALZSOLAR to begin construction of 34-MW solar facility in Netherlands

PFALZSOLAR GmbH is set to begin construction March 21 on the 34-MW Almere solar facility in the Netherlands.

EPC PFALZSOLAR, along with a German project planner, in 2018 won a tender to build the solar project in an industrial area, according to a March 12 release.

Upon completion, expected in July, operator Zuyderzon Almere will receive a feed-in-tariff determined according to the Dutch SDE+ subsidy program for every kilowatt-hour fed into the grid.