Large-Scale PV Power Plants - Top50

Power [1]
 
Location
 
Description [2]
 
On Grid
 
Picture
 
1000 MW

cn China
Yanchi,
Qinghai Province
Yanchi Solar PV Station
2016
850 MW

cn China
Longyangxia Dam,
Qinghai Province
Longyangxia
Hydro-Solar PV Station
2013-2017
648 MW in India
Kamuthi,
Tamil Nadu
Kamuthi Solar 2017
575 MW us USA
Rosamond, CA
Solar Star Projects 2015
550 MW us USA
Riverside
County, CA
Desert Sunlight Solar Farm 2015
550 MW

us USA
San Luis Obispo
County, CA

Topaz Solar Farm 2011-2014
350 MW us USA
Boulder City, NV
Copper Mountain III Solar Facility 2015
345 MW in India
Charanka,
Patan District
Charanka Park
PV power plant
2012-2015
300 MW

fr France
Cestas, Bordeaux
Gironde

Centrale solaire de Cestas 2015
290 MW us USA
Yuma County, AZ
Agua Caliente Solar Project 2012
272 MW us USA
Kern County, CA
Garland Solar 2016
258 MW us USA
Fresno County, CA
Tranquility Solar 2016
250 MW us USA
Primm, NV
Silver State South Solar 2016
250 MW us USA,
San Luis Obispo, CA
California Valley Solar Ranch 2012-2013
246 MW chi Chile
Vallenar,
Atacama
El Romero Solar,
image courtesy:
ACCIONA Energia
2016 El Romero Solar, 246 MWp, image courtesy: Acciona Energia
231 MW us USA
Kern County, CA
Astoria I, II 2016
230 MW us USA
Lancaster, CA
Antelope Valley Solar 2015
206 MW us USA
Calexico, CA
Mount Signal Solar 2014
200 MWp cn China
Gonghe County,
Qinghai Province
Gonghe Industrial Park
Phase I
2013
200 MWp

cn China
Golmud

Golmud PV power plant 2011
200 MWp us USA
El Centro, CA
Imperial Valley
Centinela Solar 2014
195 MW us USA
Boulder City, NV
Copper Mountain II Solar Facility 2013-2015
191 MW us USA
Kern County, CA
Springbok 2 2016
168 MWp de Germany
Senftenberg,
Brandenburg
Solarpark Senftenberg/Schipkau[3],
image courtesy: saferay
2011 Solarpark Senftenberg/Schipkau, 168 MWp, image courtesy: saferay
160 MW chi Chile
Maria Elena,
Antofagasta
Finis Terrae Solar 2016
156,2 MWp

de Germany
Neuhardenberg,
Brandenburg

Solarpark Neuhardenberg,
image courtesy: enerparc
2012, 2015 Solarpark Neuhardenberg, 156 MWp, image courtesy: enerparc
151 MW in India
Neemuch,
Madhya Pradesh
Neemuch PV power plant 2014
150 MW

us USA
California

Tenaska Imperial Solar Energy Center West 2016
150 MW us USA
Sonoran desert, AZ
Mesquite Solar I 2011-2012
146.4 MW hn Honduras
Nacaome
Valle
Nacaome PV power Plant 2015
146 MW chi Chile
Atacama Desert
Bolero Solar 2016
143.2 MW us USA
Kern County, CA
Catalina Solar Project 2013
141 MWp chi Chile
Luz del Norte,
Atacama
Luz del Norte Solar Power Plant 2016
140 MW ca Canada
Frontenac County,
Ontario
Kingston PV Power Plant 2015
139 MW us USA
El Centro, CA
Imperial Valley
Campo Verde Solar Project 2013
137 MW us USA
Kern County, CA
Springbok 1 2016
134 MW us USA
Kings County, CA
Mustang Solar 2016
133 MW ca Canada
Haldimand County,
Ontario
Grand Renewable Solar Project (GRS) 2015
132 MWp ph Philippines
Barangay Tinampaan
Barangay Tinampaan Solar Power Plant 2016
128 MW th Thailand
Lampang,
Lampang province
Lampang PV power plant 2015
128 MWp de Germany
Templin,
Brandenburg
Solarpark Templin 2012
126 MW th Thailand
Tambol Huawai,
Nakornsawan Province
Solar PV power plant
Tambol Huawai
2013
125 MW

in India
Shivajinagar,
Dhule District, Maharashtra

Sakri PV power plant 2013
125 MW us USA
Arlington
Maricopa County, AZ
Arlington Valley Solar Energy II 2013
115 MWp

fr France
Toul-Rosières,
Meurthe-et-Moselle

Centrale solaire de Toul-Rosières 2012
107 MW us USA
Lancaster, CA, Los Angeles County
Solverde 1 2016
105.56 MWp ua Ukraine
Kliuchy
Perovo I-V PV power plant,
image courtesy: Activ Solar
2011 Perovo PV Power Plant, 105 MWp, image courtesy Activ Solar
104 MW us USA
Parowan, UT
Utah Red Hills Renewable Park (URHRP) 2015
104 MWp de Germany
Jocksdorf,
Brandenburg
Solarpark Jocksdorf
2012
102 MW au Australia
Nyngan,
New Souh Wales
Nyngan Solar Farm 2015

Notes

[1] Power is specified in MWp if DC array power is known. If DC array power is unknown than output power is specified.
In some cases it is unclear if the power plant power is output or DC array power.
[2] List is not complete. All entries are given "as is" without warranties of any kind.
[3] Solarpark Senftenberg I (18 MWp) was put into service in 2010 and constructed by Phoenix Solar and is not related to Senftenberg II and III.