Utility-scale Projects

The global surge in renewable energy adoption has been driven by the successful transition of advanced technologies from laboratory concept to affordable deployment at scale. With a sharp focus on developing and operating utility-scale renewable energy projects around the globe, Masdar has invested its resources and expertise to pioneer clean energy, optimize costs and enhance operational efficiency. Masdar is active in over 40 countries and has a combined electricity generation capacity of over 20 GW.

In November 2021, Masdar signed an agreement with the Government of the Republic of Armenia to design, finance, build, own and operate a utility scale solar photovoltaic (PV) project.

AYG-1 Solar Photovoltaic Plant

Will power more than

280,000 homes

Solar PV | Armenia

Masdar has developed Uzbekistan’s first public-private partnership solar project under the International Finance Corporation’s Scaling Solar program

100MW Nur Navoi Solar Project

Renewable energy:

Generating 100MW

Solar PV | Uzbekistan

Masdar and Taaleri SolarWind II Fund have together acquired 50:50 stakes in the Mlawa and Grajewo Wind Farms in Poland.

Mlawa and Grajewo Wind Farms

Projects will annually provide a combined electricity:

192GWh

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Wind | Poland

London Array is one of the world’s largest offshore wind farm currently in operation, a joint venture between Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, Schroders Greencoat, Masdar, RWE Renewables.

London Array

Installed Capacity:

630MW

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Wind | England

In July 2021, Masdar signed an agreement with the Ministry of Investment and Foreign Trade of the Republic of Uzbekistan and JSC National Electric Grid of Uzbekistan to design, finance, build and operate a 220-megawatt (MW) utility-scale solar PV project in the Djizzakh Region of Uzbekistan

Jizzakh Solar Project

Utility-scale solar PV project

220MW

Solar PV | Uzbekistan

Masdar has invested in Australia’s second waste-to-energy project with our joint venture partner Tribe Infrastructure Group

East Rockingham Waste to Energy

Will power more than:

36,000 homes

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Waste-to-Energy | Australia

The Cibuk 1 wind farm is a utility-scale onshore wind farm located in Vojvodina province, Serbia. The project provides clean, reliable and economically viable electricity to around 113,000 Serbian homes.

Čibuk 1

Installed capacity:

158MW

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Wind | Serbia

Located east of Amman, Baynouna is the largest single solar energy project currently under development in Jordan

Baynouna

Solar energy capacity:

200MW

Solar PV | Jordan

In January 2019 a consortium consisting of Masdar and EDF Renewables announced that it had won the tender for the Dumat Al Jandal wind farm in Saudi Arabia.

Dumat Al Jandal

Wind farm:

400MW

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Wind | Saudi Arabia

The Tafila Wind Farm is the first commercial utility-scale wind power project in the Middle East. Located in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the 117 megawatt wind farm has increased the country’s total power capacity by 3 per cent.

Tafila Wind Farm

Emission reductions:

235,000 tonnes annually

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Wind | Jordan

Loeriesfontein 2 is situated in the Hantam Municipality of South Africa’s Northern Cape and was contracted under the third round of the country’s Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme.

Loeriesfontein 2

Total capacity:

143.1MW

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Wind | South Africa

Situated approximately 52km east of the town of Springbok in the Nama Khoi Local Municipality of the Northern Cape

Kangnas

Total capacity:

143.1MW

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Wind | South Africa