PV in Jamaica: Sun Fund Americas announces solar PPA for a 20 MW project
Sun Fund Americas, SRL, a renewable energy development company headquartered in Liberia, Guanacaste, Costa Rica, and concentrating on the Caribbean and Central American markets has signed a 20 MW Solar Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) in the island nation of Jamaica.
The project represents an investment of USD 50 million, Sun Fund Americas announced.
Sun Fund Americas identifies, invests in and develops utility scale renewable energy projects throughout the Central American and Caribbean region.
These projects are executed in tandem with development partner Serenfusion Americas, a U.S. based Resort/Hospitality and Residential development company.
Sun Fund Americas is engaged in projects, and is in negotiations with governments of other countries in the region for both, its Solar and Waste to Energy development services, the company notes.
“We have strong partners in both PV Solar and Waste to Energy, and our resort development partner has crafted the best possible development model for green resort and residential communities,” says Frank Biden, President of Sun Fund Americas.
Sun Fund Americas teams with governments and local partners and provides debt and equity financing, as well as world class brands, operators and equipment suppliers, the company emphasizes.
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