20 MW

OneManaoagSolar Corp.

The 20.0 MWp solar farm located in Sta. Barbara, Pangasinan is CleanTech’s solar farm under the OneManaoagSolar Corp. (OMSC), a CleanTech subsidiary. The site, chosen for having one of the highest solar irradiance in the country, flat land area, and available grid capacity, is currently under construction. 

With the detailed engineering design provided by Renesource Renewables, procurement by Cleantech, and construction covered by Pamatech and MN Electro, the 28 ha property owned by Cleantech will house 49,672 solar panels and 6 inverters. Upon completion, the site will have the capacity to generate 32.5 GWh annually. This puts the company in the position to displace 19,500 more tons of CO2 emissions annually while powering around 16,000 households per year.

The OMSC project brings numerous job opportunities to its host community. The project provides 300 jobs during its construction, and is expected to generate 12 more permanent jobs once the site is operational. Meanwhile, the implementation of ER 1-94 will also provide income to the area as one-centavo per kilowatt-hour (P0.01/kWh) of the Electricity Sales will go to the host community.

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