OMV Petrom, a majority-owned Romanian oil and fuel provider, has launched a tender to hunt EPC contractors for the deployment of a 710 MW photo voltaic undertaking in Babaita, Romania.

The plant will include three different services with capacities of 242 MW, 219 MW, and 247 MW.

Growth of the undertaking is predicted to take around two years and can embrace the development of three 33 kW substations. builders have till April 18 to submit their bids.

OMV Petrom acquired the undertaking in July 2023 from Danish developer Jantzen Renewables for an unspecified sum.

The Romanian firm has already put in PV methods on the rooftops of 40 fuel stations throughout the nation. It entered the renewable vitality sector in 2010 with the acquisition of a wind farm.

Romania is now creating several massive PV installations, together with a just lately acquired 1,044 MW photo voltaic undertaking by UK impartial energy producer Rezolv Vitality, which has the potential to turn into Europe’s largest photo voltaic plant.