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Read more about a few of our previous or in-development projects. Including the role we played, the benefits and the outcomes of our involvement...

  • Case Study 1

    Mona Reservoir, Jamaica

    Mona Reservoir, Jamaica

    Project Information

    • A consortium of UK and Jamaican Companies has been awarded development rights from the National Water Commission (NWC) to install a 50MW of solar over the next 2 years on the Mona Reservoir, Kingston Jamaica the project will be a first for the region 50 megawatt (MW) floating solar plant.
    • This project will utilise innovative technology designed to unlock solar power in areas where land is scarce
    • The move paves the way for Jamaica to become a low-carbon economy

    The solar PV plant will be sited on the Island, floating solar will be deployed on reservoirs throughout the island – which form the main water supplies for Island – these are sheltered by and bordering Long Mountain, and is lined with a specially prepared, compacted soil blanket. 

    The proposed plant will provide considerable commercial and environmental benefits, including:

    1. Generating a reliable source of competitive, sustainable power for the people of Jamaica
    2. Significantly lowering greenhouse gas emissions
    3. Bringing down the volume, hence cost, of diesel imported to Jamaica
    4. Drastically reducing water evaporation from the reservoir 

    In the same way as the Dominican Republic project will also create local job opportunities and bring new skills to the region, as wherever possible, on this project we will seek to employ residents for the construction and delivery of the 12-month programme. Thereafter, job opportunities will remain in the area as skilled professionals will be required to carry out regular maintenance throughout the plant’s lifespan.

    It is also likely that this project will be followed closely by the surrounding islands who will be looking to draw upon our knowledge gained from this major undertaking, with a view to deploying similar installations elsewhere in the region.

  • Case Study 2

    Hatillo Dam, Dominican Republic

    Hatillo Dam, Dominican Republic

    Project Information

    • A consortium of UK and Jamaican Companies has been awarded development rights from Dominican Government to install a 2.2 Gigawatt over the next 5 years in the region the first project will be delivering circa 400 megawatt (MW) floating solar plant.
    • This project will utilise innovative technology designed to unlock solar power in areas where land is scarce
    • The move paves the way for Dominican Republic to become a low-carbon economy

    Carbon Climate Solutions, a specialist in the design, installation and implementation of solar renewable power systems, is delighted to confirm its participation in a three-way joint venture with Derillion Energy of the UK, and Renewable Energy Investments Ltd (REIL) of Kingston Jamaica. The partnership, known as Derillion Energy Jamaica, has been awarded the development rights to install, operate and own circa 2.2 giga watt of renewable energy including new megawatt floating solar photovoltaic (PV) plant with battery energy storage system (BESS). 

    The proposed plant will provide considerable commercial and environmental benefits, including:

    1. Generating a reliable source of competitive, sustainable power for the people of Dominican Republic
    2. Significantly lowering greenhouse gas emissions
    3. Bringing down the volume, hence cost, of diesel imported to Dominican Republic
    4. Drastically reducing water evaporation from the reservoir 

    In the same way as the Jamaican project will also create local job opportunities and bring new skills to the region, as wherever possible, on this project we will seek to employ residents for the construction and delivery of the 12-month programme. Thereafter, job opportunities will remain in the area as skilled professionals will be required to carry out regular maintenance throughout the plant’s lifespan.

    It is also likely that this project will be followed closely by the surrounding islands who will be looking to draw upon our knowledge gained from this major undertaking, with a view to deploying similar installations elsewhere in the region.

  • Roof Top Installation

    Roof Top Installation

    Bluechip client, wanting to reduce their energy demand.

    3,508 Panels, producing 1,020 MWh of energy enough energy for up to 250 houses

  • Limes Farm – Northamptonshire

    Limes Farm – Northamptonshire

    5MW Ground Mount Solar

    Site in Lincolnshire covering 30 Acres. No of Panels 19,760 producing 5100MWh of energy which would be enough energy for up to 1,450 houses

  • National Water Commission (NWC) – Jamaica

    National Water Commission (NWC) – Jamaica

    CCS along with our joint venture partners will install one of the largest floating solar projects in the World. CCS are pleased to be part of the team that is designing, procuring and constructing 50MW AC of floating solar and battery storage at NWC site in Kingston Jamaica, the Mona Reservoir. The project will be installed over the next couple of years and is part of the NWC push towards carbon neutral by 2030.

  • Montego Bay Airport (MBJ) – Jamaica

    Montego Bay Airport (MBJ) – Jamaica

    CCS along with our joint venture partners have been selected to carry out phase 2 of the Airports solar deployment. Phase 2 is the design and build of 2 MW AC of solar car port, this is to work alongside the 2MW already installed on the airports roof.

  • Norman Manley International Airport  (NMIA)- Jamaica

    Norman Manley International Airport (NMIA)- Jamaica

    CCS along with our joint venture partners in Jamaica are pleased to announce that after a rigorous tendering process we have been selected to design & build 2MW AC of solar ground mounted PV to provide 35% of the airports energy requirements.

    CCS role in the joint venture is optimisation of the PV, procurement assistances and project management.

  • Southam Elms – Warwickshire

    Southam Elms – Warwickshire

    A 10.3 MWp double support, solar PV power plant. The PV modules are manufactured by PV and the inverters are by SMA. The carbon reduction of this site is 5,360 t/p.a.

  • Weston Longville – Norfolk

    Weston Longville – Norfolk

    A 10 MWp, double support solar PV Power Plant. The PV modules are manufactured by First Solar. This site reduces carbon emmissions by 5,460 t/p.a.

  • Brokenborough – Wiltshire

    Brokenborough – Wiltshire

    A 14 MWp double support, solar PV power plant. The PV modules are manufactured by First Solar and the inverters are by SMA. This site reduces carbon emissions by 7,200 t/p.a.

  • Landmead – Berkshire

    Landmead – Berkshire

    A 45.9 MWp double support, solar PV power plant. The PV modules are manufactured by First Solar and the the inverters are manufactured by GE. The CO2 reduction of this site is 23,800 t/p.a.

  • Bochow – Germany

    Bochow – Germany

    SA 28.8 MWp double support, solar PV power plant. The PV modules are manufactured by First Solar and the the inverters are manufactured by SMA. The CO2 reduction of this site is 16,600 t/p.a.

  • Reckhan I + II – Germany

    Reckhan I + II – Germany

    A 45.9 MWp double support solar PV power plant. The PV modules are manufactured by First Solar and the the inverters are manufactured by SMA. The CO2 reduction of this site is 20,700 t/p.a.

  • Alt Daber, Germany

    Alt Daber, Germany

    A 67.8 MWp double support, solar PV power plant. The PV modules are manufactured by First Solar and the the inverters are manufactured by SMA. The CO2 reduction of this site is 39,000 t/p.a.

  • Templin, Germany

    Templin, Germany

    A 128.4 MWp double support, solar PV power plant. The PV modules are manufactured by First Solar and the the inverters are manufactured by SMA. The CO2 reduction of this site is 74,300 t/p.a.

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