List of photovoltaic power stations

The following is a list of photovoltaic power stations that are larger than 250 megawatts (MW) in current net capacity.[1] Most are individual photovoltaic power stations, but some are groups of co-located plants owned by different independent power producers and with separate transformer connections to the grid. Wiki-Solar reports total global capacity of utility-scale photovoltaic plants to be some 96 GWAC which generated 1.3% of global power by the end of 2016.[2][3][4]

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2016–2020 development of Bhadla Solar Park (India) documented by satellite imagery

The size of photovoltaic power stations has increased progressively over the last decade with frequent new capacity records. The 97 MW Sarnia Photovoltaic Power Plant went online in 2010. Huanghe Hydropower Golmud Solar Park reached 200 MW in 2012. In August 2012, Agua Caliente Solar Project in Arizona reached 247 MW only to be passed by three larger plants in 2013. In 2014, two plants were tied as largest: Topaz Solar Farm, a PV solar plant at 550 MWAC in central coast area and a second 550-MW plant, the Desert Sunlight Solar Farm located in the far eastern desert region of California.[5][6] These two plants were superseded by a new world's largest facility in June 2015 when the 579 MWAC Solar Star project went online in the Antelope Valley region of Los Angeles County, California.[7] In 2016, the largest photovoltaic power station in the world was the 850 MW Longyangxia Dam Solar Park, in Gonghe County, Qinghai, China. This was passed in 2019 with the completion of the Pavagada Solar Park in Karnataka, India, with a capacity of 2050 MW. The Pavagada Solar Park is also the first solar power park to cross the 2 GW mark.

Bhadla Solar Park became the largest solar park in 2020 with a capacity of 2,245 MW. Spread across more than 5,700 hectares (14,000 acres), the park is located at Bhadla village in Jodhpur district in the Indian desert state of Rajasthan.

As with other forms of power generation, significant challenges exist with regard to regional habitat modification, such as that resulting from the heat island effect, and the resulting stress to local threatened species.[8] Several planned large facilities in the U.S. state of California have been downsized due in part to such concerns.[9][10]

World's largest photovoltaic power stationsEdit

The following is a list of operating solar farms that are 250 MW or larger. BloombergNEF reports that 35 projects of at least 200 MW were commissioned in 2019, up from 30 in 2018.[11]

These lists include a mixture of individual solar power plants and of groups of co-located projects, usually called solar parks.[12]

Name Country Location Capacity
MWDC or MWAC (*)
Annual Output
(GWh)
Land
Size
(km2)
Year Remarks Ref
Bhadla Solar Park   India 27°32′22.81″N 71°54′54.91″E / 27.5396694°N 71.9152528°E / 27.5396694; 71.9152528 (Bhadla Solar Park) 2,700 160 2018 First farms commissioned in 2018, more farms are gradually added, expected to be expanded to 3.5 GW [13][14][15][16]
Longyangxia Dam Solar Park   China 36°10′54″N 100°34′41″E / 36.18167°N 100.57806°E / 36.18167; 100.57806 (Longyangxia Dam Solar Park) 2,400 2015 320 MW Phase I Completed in December 2013, 530 MW phase II in 2015, more farms added later [17][18][19][20][16]
Huanghe Hydropower Hainan Solar Park   China 36°02′25″N 100°20′40″E / 36.04028°N 100.34444°E / 36.04028; 100.34444 (Huanghe Hydropower Hainan Solar Park) 2,200* 50 2020 Built in five phases, it consists of 672 PV arrays with over 7 million PV modules [21][22]
Pavagada Solar Park   India 14°16′9″N 77°24′50″E / 14.26917°N 77.41389°E / 14.26917; 77.41389 (Pavagada Solar Park) 2,050 53 2019 In Karnataka state [23][24]
Benban Solar Park   Egypt 24°27′21.6″N 32°44′20.4″E / 24.456000°N 32.739000°E / 24.456000; 32.739000 (Benban Solar Park) 1,650 3,800 37 2019 In Aswan [25]
Tengger Desert Solar Park   China 37°33′00″N 105°03′14″E / 37.55000°N 105.05389°E / 37.55000; 105.05389 (Tengger Desert Solar Park) 1,547 43 2016 In Zhongwei, Ningxia [26][27]
Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park   United Arab Emirates 24°45′N 55°23′E / 24.750°N 55.383°E / 24.750; 55.383 (Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park) 1,313 2020 Phase I completed in 2013, followed by Phase II and III. Phase IV (including 250 MW PV) is under construction, as well as Phase V (first stage is completed). [28][29][30]
NP Kunta   India 14°01′N 78°26′E / 14.017°N 78.433°E / 14.017; 78.433 (NP Kunta Ultra Mega Solar Power Project) 1,200 2021 In Nambulapulakunta Mandal of Andhra Pradesh state. Total planned capacity 1500 MW [31][32][33][34][16]
Noor Abu Dhabi   United Arab Emirates 24°24′11″N 55°16′07″E / 24.40306°N 55.26861°E / 24.40306; 55.26861 (Noor Abu Dhabi) 1,177 8 2019 At Sweihan [35][36]
Jinchuan Solar Park   China 38°36′35″N 102°08′22″E / 38.60972°N 102.13944°E / 38.60972; 102.13944 (Jinchuan Solar Park) 1,030 90 2019 In Jinchuan, Gansu [16]
Danangouxiang Solar Park   China 44°01′57″N 90°20′41″E / 44.03250°N 90.34472°E / 44.03250; 90.34472 (Danangouxiang Solar Park) 1,020 92 2021 In Mori Kazakh, Xinjiang [16]
Kurnool Ultra Mega Solar Park   India 15°40′53″N 78°17′01″E / 15.681522°N 78.283749°E / 15.681522; 78.283749 (Kurnool Solar Park) 1,000 24 2017 [37]
Datong Solar Power Top Runner Base   China 40°04′25″N 113°08′12″E / 40.07361°N 113.13667°E / 40.07361; 113.13667 (Datong Solar Power Top Runner Project), 40°00′19″N 112°57′20″E / 40.00528°N 112.95556°E / 40.00528; 112.95556 (Datong Solar Power Top Runner Project) 1,000 2016 Total capacity will be 3 GW in 3 phases. [38][39][40]
Yanchi Solar Park   China 38°09′48″N 106°45′40″E / 38.1633714°N 106.7611986°E / 38.1633714; 106.7611986 1,000 2016 Last extension in 2019, up to 2,000 MW when complete. [17][41][42][43]
Delingha Solar Park   China 33°22′21″N 97°12′39″E / 33.37250°N 97.21083°E / 33.37250; 97.21083 (Delingha Solar Park) 970 2018 First farms commissioned in 2018, expected to be expanded to 2 GW [44][45]
Escatrón-Chiprana-Samper Solar Farm   Spain 41°13′50″N 0°15′38″W / 41.23056°N 0.26056°W / 41.23056; -0.26056 (Escatrón-Chiprana-Samper Solar Farm) 850 31.7 2020 [46][47][48]
Xuan Thien - Ea Sup 1   Vietnam 831 2020 600MWac, four more units in planning [49]
Villanueva Solar Park   Mexico 25°35′5″N 103°2′42″W / 25.58472°N 103.04500°W / 25.58472; -103.04500 (Villanueva Solar) 828 27.5 2018 [50][51][52]
Copper Mountain Solar Facility   United States 35°47′N 114°59′W / 35.783°N 114.983°W / 35.783; -114.983 (Copper Mountain Solar Facility) 802* 16.2 2016 In Nevada. Fifth unit of 250MW added March 2021. [53]
Mount Signal Solar   United States 32°40′24″N 115°38′23″W / 32.67333°N 115.63972°W / 32.67333; -115.63972 (Mount Signal Solar) 794 1,197 15.9 2020 Phase 1 of 206 MWAC in May 2014. Phase 3 of 254 MWAC in July 2018. Phase 2 of 154 MWAC completed in January 2020. Total 614 MWAC [54][55][56][57]
Rewa Ultra Mega Solar   India 24°28′49″N 81°34′28″E / 24.48028°N 81.57444°E / 24.48028; 81.57444 (Rewa Ultra Mega Solar) 750 6.4 2018 [58][59]
Solar Star
(I and II)
  United States 34°49′50″N 118°23′53″W / 34.83056°N 118.39806°W / 34.83056; -118.39806 (Solar Star) 747 1,664 13 2015 579 MWAC, 747.3 MWDC.[60] [61][62]
Charanka Solar Park   India 23°54′N 71°12′E / 23.900°N 71.200°E / 23.900; 71.200 (Gujarat Solar Park 1) 790 20 2012 At Charanka village in Patan district of Gujarat. Capacity expected to go up to 790 MW in 2019. [63][64][65]
Kalyon Karapınar Solar Power Plant   Turkey 37°47′26″N 33°35′4.92″E / 37.79056°N 33.5847000°E / 37.79056; 33.5847000 (GA Solar 4) 700 2021 650 MW under construction [66][67]
Kamuthi Solar Power Project   India 9°21′16″N 78°23′4″E / 9.35444°N 78.38444°E / 9.35444; 78.38444 (Kamuthi Solar Power Project) 648 10.1 2017 [68][69]
Trung Nam Thuan Nam   Vietnam 630 2020 450 MWac [70]
Lawan-Purohitsar Solar Farm   India 26°53′40″N 72°03′31″E / 26.89444°N 72.05861°E / 26.89444; 72.05861 (Lawan-Purohitsar Solar Farm) 600 2021 [48]
Dau Tieng Solar Power Project   Vietnam 11°27′50″N 106°13′00″E / 11.463827°N 106.216709°E / 11.463827; 106.216709 600 2019 Phases 1 and 2 June 2019; phase 3 completed September 2019 [71]
Bikaner Solar Farm   India 600 2022 [72][73]
Hongshagang Solar Park   China 574 ? Multi-phase project, expected to be expanded to 920 MW [48]
Desert Sunlight Solar Farm   United States 33°49′33″N 115°24′08″W / 33.82583°N 115.40222°W / 33.82583; -115.40222 (Desert Sunlight Solar Farm) 550* 1,287 16 2015 Phase I of 300 MWAC completed 2013. Phase II to final capacity completed January 2015. [74][75][76][77]
Topaz Solar Farm   United States 35°23′N 120°4′W / 35.383°N 120.067°W / 35.383; -120.067 (Topaz Solar Farm) 550* 1,268 19[78] 2014 Gradually commissioned since February 2013. Reached final capacity November 2014. [79][80][81]
Wenzhou Taihan Solar Farm   China 550 650 5 2021 Floating solar farm over fish farm [82][83]
São Gonçalo Solar Farm   Brazil 549 13 2020 Phase II completed in February 2021, 306 MW Phase III under construction [48][84]
Huanghe Hydropower Golmud Solar Park   China 36°24′00″N 95°07′30″E / 36.40000°N 95.12500°E / 36.40000; 95.12500 (Golmud Solar Park) 500 23 2014 Phase I completed in October 2011, followed by Phase II and III. 60 MW phase IV under construction. Within a group of 1,000 MW of co-located plants [19][85]
Three Gorges Golmud Solar Park   China 500 2018 [44][86]
Núñez de Balboa photovoltaic plant   Spain 38°26′45″N 6°13′16″W / 38.44583°N 6.22111°W / 38.44583; -6.22111 (Núñez de Balboa photovoltaic plant) 500 10 2020 [87]
Yinchuan Xingqing Solar Farm   China 500 2018 [48]
Ibri II Solar Park   Oman 500* 2022 [88][89]
Wulanmulun Solar Park   China 500 900 28 2021 [90][91]
Roadrunner Solar Project   United States 497 2019 Texas [92]
Mula Photovoltaic Power Plant   Spain 494 10 2019 [93]
Travers Solar Project   Canada 465* 13.35 2022 Largest photovoltaic power station in Canada [94]
Permian Energy Center   United States 460* 2019 Texas [95]
Springbok Solar Farm   United States 35°15′N 117°58′W / 35.25°N 117.96°W / 35.25; -117.96 (Springbok Solar Farm) 443 717 5.7 2019 350 MWAC [53]
Trung Nam Thuan Nam solar power plant   Vietnam 11°26′19″N 108°50′51″E / 11.4386°N 108.8476°E / 11.4386; 108.8476 450 2020 [96][97]
Agua Caliente Solar Project   United States 32°57.2′N 113°29.4′W / 32.9533°N 113.4900°W / 32.9533; -113.4900 (Agua Caliente) 410 740 9.7 2014 290 MWAC [98][99][100][101][102]
Ananthapuramu - II   India 14°58′49″N 78°02′45″E / 14.98028°N 78.04583°E / 14.98028; 78.04583 (Ananthapuramu II solar park) 400 [103] 17.0 2019 At Talaricheruvu village in Tadipatri mandal of Anantapur district. Planned capacity 500 MW [104][105]
Galiveedu solar park   India 14°07′05″N 78°27′31″E / 14.11806°N 78.45861°E / 14.11806; 78.45861 (Galiveedu Solar Park) 400 2018 In Galiveedu mandal of Kadapa district [106]
Mesquite Solar project   United States 33°20′N 112°55′W / 33.333°N 112.917°W / 33.333; -112.917 (Mesquite) 400* 1,140 9.3 2016 In Arizona. Up to 700 MWAC when complete. [53]
Pirapora Solar project   Brazil 400 2018 Three phases (191.5 MW, 115 MW, 92.5 MW) [107]
Techren Solar Project   United States 35°47′00″N 115°01′00″W / 35.78333°N 115.01667°W / 35.78333; -115.01667 (Techren Solar) 400* 9.3 2019 100MW Phase 1 and 200MW Phase 2. 400MW when completed in 2020. [108]
Lingwu Hongdunzi Solar Park   China 390 2019 [109][110]
Prospero Solar Park   United States 379 2020 300 MW(AC), Texas [111]
Loc Ninh Solar Park   Vietnam 350 700 2021 Planned capacity 750 MW [112][113][114]
Shagaya Renewable Energy Park   Kuwait 350 2019 Planned capacity exceeds 3,500 MW. [115]
Assembly Solar Farm   United States 347 2022 239 MW(AC), Michigan, completed March 2022 [116]
Greasewood Solar Farm   United States 347 2021 255 MW(AC), Texas, online February 2021 [53][117]
Taygete Solar Project   United States 344 2021 Phase 1, 254 MWAC, Texas, planned 690 MW(DC), Phase 2 expected completion 2021 [118]
Misae Solar Park   United States 324 2020 240 MWAC, Texas [119]
Dezhou Dingzhuang Solar Farm   China 320 2022 In Dezhou, China's Shandong province. Floating solar project. [120]
Phoebe Energy Project   United States 315 2019 Texas [121]
Limondale Solar Farm   Australia 34°46′47″S 143°30′35″E / 34.779758°S 143.509738°E / -34.779758; 143.509738 (Limondale) 313 2020 In New South Wales. Single Axis Tracking. Innogy
Cauchari I   Argentina 312 2019 [122]
Cestas Solar Park   France 44°43′32″N 0°49′1″W / 44.72556°N 0.81694°W / 44.72556; -0.81694 (Cestas Solar Farm) 300 350 2.5 2015 [123]
Sakaka PV IPP   Saudi Arabia 29°46′25″N 40°03′43″E / 29.77361°N 40.06194°E / 29.77361; 40.06194 (Sakaka Solar Plant) 300 2019 [124]
Rajasthan 8, Bhadla   India 300 2022 [125]
Nova Olinda Solar Farm   Brazil 292 2017 In Ribeira do Piauí, Piauí [126]
Beacon Solar Project   United States 291 2017 250 MWAC. Kern County, CA. Paired with 10 MWh/20 MW battery [127]
California Flats Solar Project   United States 35°53′N 120°24′W / 35.883°N 120.400°W / 35.883; -120.400 (California Flats Solar Project) 280* 11.7 2017 130 MWAC completed November 2017. Full capacity year-end 2018.

[128][129][130]

Great Valley Solar   United States 36°34′52″N 120°22′46″W / 36.58111°N 120.37944°W / 36.58111; -120.37944 (Great Valley) 281 6.5 2018 281 MWDC/200 MWAC. Fresno County, CA [53][131][132]
Garland Solar Facility   United States 34°49′31″N 118°31′30″W / 34.82528°N 118.52500°W / 34.82528; -118.52500 (GA Solar 4) 272 547 8.1 2016 272 MWDC/200 MWAC. Kern County, CA [133][134]
GA Solar 4 Project   United States 32°35′55″N 83°30′05″W / 32.59861°N 83.50139°W / 32.59861; -83.50139 (GA Solar 4) 261 8.1 2019 261 MWDC/200 MWAC. Twiggs County, GA [135][136][137]
Don José Solar Farm   Mexico 260 2018 [51]
Tranquillity Solar project   United States 36°37′2″N 120°23′16″W / 36.61722°N 120.38778°W / 36.61722; -120.38778 (RE Tranquillity) 258 455 7.7 2016 258 MWDC/200 MWAC. Fresno County, CA [53][138][139]
Ituverava Solar Farm   Brazil 254 2017 In Tabocas do Brejo Velho, Bahia [126]
Mandsaur Solar Farm   India 24°5′17″N 75°47′59″E / 24.08806°N 75.79972°E / 24.08806; 75.79972 (Mandsaur Solar Farm) 250 2017 at Runija in Mandsaur district of Madhya Pradesh state [140]
McCoy Solar Energy Project   United States 33°43′00″N 114°45′00″W / 33.71667°N 114.75000°W / 33.71667; -114.75000 (McCoy Solar Energy Project) 250* 745 9.3 2016 First 250 MW commissioned June 2016. Two more 250MW phases proposed. [141][142]
Silver State South Solar Project   United States 35°38′N 115°21′W / 35.633°N 115.350°W / 35.633; -115.350 (Silver State South Solar Project) 250* 711 11.7 2016 [53]
California Valley Solar Ranch   United States 35°20′N 119°55′W / 35.333°N 119.917°W / 35.333; -119.917 (California Valley Solar Ranch) 250* 675 7.96 2013 [143][144][145]
Stateline Solar   United States 35°35′08″N 115°26′09″W / 35.58556°N 115.43583°W / 35.58556; -115.43583 (Stateline Solar) 250* 658 6.82 2016 [53]
Moapa Southern Paiute   United States 36°31′N 114°45′W / 36.517°N 114.750°W / 36.517; -114.750 (Moapa Southern Paiute Solar Project) 250* 629 8.1 2016 First station on North American tribal lands. Commissioned March 2017. [53][146]
Kadapa Ultra Mega Solar Park   India 14°54′59″N 78°17′31″E / 14.91639°N 78.29194°E / 14.91639; 78.29194 (Kadapa Ultra Mega Solar Park) 250 24 2020 Total planned capacity 1000 MW. [147]
Note: Power capacity in this table is given as the peak DC nameplate capacity of the panels. When this information is not available, the AC capacity after the inverter is given (identified with "*" next to the number). The AC capacity is usually significantly smaller than DC capacity, so the ranking may not be accurate for these plants. See Nominal power (photovoltaic)#Conversion from DC to AC for more information.
Westlands Solar Park   United States 36°10′N 119°56′W / 36.167°N 119.933°W / 36.167; -119.933 (Westlands Solar Park) 250* 629 8.1 2021 Planned to be more than 2000 MW [148]


Timeline of the largest PV power stationsEdit

Timeline of the largest PV power stations in the world
Year(a) Name of PV power station Country Capacity
MW
1982 Lugo United States 1
1985 Carrisa Plain United States 5.6
2005 Bavaria Solarpark (Mühlhausen) Germany 6.3
2006 Erlasee Solar Park Germany 11.4
2008 Olmedilla Photovoltaic Park Spain 60
2010 Sarnia Photovoltaic Power Plant Canada 97
2011 Huanghe Hydropower Golmud Solar Park China 200
2012 Agua Caliente Solar Project United States 290
2014 Topaz Solar Farm(b) United States 550
2015 Longyangxia Dam Solar Park China 850
2016 Tengger Desert Solar Park China 1547
2019 Pavagada Solar Park India 2050
2020 Bhadla Solar Park India 2245
Also see list of photovoltaic power stations and list of noteworthy solar parks
(a) year of final commissioning (b) capacity given in  MWAC otherwise in MWDC

Largest PV power stations in each countryEdit

Largest PV power stations in each country
Country Capacity
MW
Name of PV power station As of
  Algeria 90 High Plateaus East, Adrar[149]
  Argentina 312 Cauchari[122] 2019
  Australia 313 Limondale Solar Farm 2021
  Austria 11.45 Schafflerhofstrasse Solar Farm[150] 2021
  Bangladesh 130 Bagerhat solar power plant[151] 2021
  Belarus 109 Cherikov Solar Power Plant
  Belgium 99.5 Kristal Solar Park[152] 2019
  Brazil 400 Pirapora Solar Complex
  Bolivia 60 Uyuni Photovoltaic Plant[153] 2018
  Bulgaria 50 Karadzhalovo[154] 2018
  Burkina Faso 33 Zagtouli Solar Power Station[155] 2017
  Canada 102 Grand Renewable Solar Project
  Czech Republic 38 Ralsko Solar Park 2010
  Chile 246 El Romero Solar Farm
  China 2,200 Huanghe Hydropower Hainan Solar Park 2020
  Colombia 86.2 El Paso Solar[156] 2020
  Cyprus 8 Vassiliko Cement Works Photovoltaic Park
  Egypt 1,500 Benban Solar Park 2019
  France 300 Cestas Solar Park 2015
  Germany 187 Solarpark Weesow-Willmersdorf 2020
 Ghana 22.25 Bui Solar Park[157] 2021
 Greece 200 Kozani solar project[158] 2022
  Honduras 146 Nacaome and Valle Solar Power Plant
  Hungary 100 Solar Power Plant Kaposvár
  India 2,245 Bhadla Solar Park 2020
  Iran 20 Makran
  Ireland 5.6 Dunderrow[159] 2021
  Israel 55 Halutziyot Power Station
  Italy 103 Troia solar farm
  Jamaica 28 Clarendon solar farm
  Japan 235 Setouchi Kirei Solar Power Plant
  Jordan 200 Baynouna Solar Power Plant 2020
  Kazakhstan 100 SES Saran[160] 2019
  Kenya 55 Garissa Solar Power Plant
  Malaysia 50 TNB Sepang Solar[161] 2018
  Mexico 828 Villanueva Solar Park[162][163] 2018
  Moldova 1 Fly Ren
  Mongolia 15 Zamyn-Üüd solar plant
 Namibia 7 Otjikoto solar farm[164] 2018
  Netherlands 103 Midden-Groningen solar plant[165] 2019
  New Zealand 2.1 Kapuni Solar Power Plant[166] 2021
  Pakistan 100 Quaid-e-Azam Solar Park 2015
  Peru 180 Rubi Solar Power Plant
  Philippines 150 Concepcion Solar Farm[167] 2019
  Portugal 219 Alcoutim plant[168] 2021
  Romania 45 Slobozia Solar Park 2013
  Russia 100 Staromayevskaya Solar Power Station
  Spain 500 Núñez de Balboa photovoltaic plant
  Senegal 30 Santhiou-Mekhe
  South Africa 175 Solar Capital De Aar
  Sweden 14 HSB Solpark, Strängnäs 2022
  Thailand 126 Tambol Huawai
  Tunisia 10 Tozeur plant
  Turkey 271 Karapınar solar power plant[66] 2020
  United Arab Emirates 1,177 Noor Abu Dhabi
  UK 72 Shotwick Solar Farm[169] 2017
  United States 802 Copper Mountain Solar Facility(b) 2021
  Uganda 24 Kabulasoke Solar Power Station(b)[170] 2018
  Ukraine 246 Nikopol Solar Park [uk]
  Vietnam 831 Xuan Thien - Ea Sup 1 2020
(b) capacity given in  MWAC otherwise in MWDC

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