With 400 kW of solar photovoltaic panels, 600 kWh of battery storage, and 184 kW backup diesel generation, the system will mainly be powered by solar energy, with a standby diesel generator to provide power during the wet season. Powering homes, schools, clinics, water pumping facilities and tourist operations, the climate-resistant project

will transform lives in Belize’s native Mayan villages of Indian Creek, Golden Stream and Medina Bank, through improved energy independence and resilience. The plant will save Belize almost 200,000 liters of diesel fuel and avoid around 500 tonnes of CO2 emissions yearly.

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Solar Farm
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