PROJECT DETAILS

Project Submission No. S00301
Project Title Bayasol 50 MW PV Plant
Project Owner (as per PSF & LOA) AES Dominicana Renewable Energy, S.A.
Focal Point of Project Owners*(FP)
AES Dominicana Renewable Energy, S.A.
Email of Contact Person of FP (Primary) juan.guiliani@aes.com
Email of Contact Person of FP (Secondary) michelle.reyes@aes.com
Country Dominican Republic
Submission Date 6 Jun 2022
Global Stakeholder Consultation Period 10 Aug 2022 - 24 Aug 2022
Sector 1.Energy industries (renewable-/non-renewable sources)
GCC/CDM Methodology & Version ACM0002 – Grid-connected electricity generation from renewable sources, version 20.0
Forecasted GHG Emission Reduction(TCO2/Year) 60210
Forecasted E+ Label Yes
Forecasted S+ Label Yes
Forecasted SDG+ Goals #5, #7, #8 and #9
Forecasted SDG+ Label Platinum
Forecasted Market Eligibility CORSIA(C+)
Name of Authorized External Representative Organization
Name of Focal Point of External Representative
Email-id of Focal Point
Documents for Global Stakeholder Consultation Project Submision, Calculation Sheet, Other Documents
Project Brief

Bayasol Project is a 50 MW Solar Power Plant located in the Dominican Republic, municipality of Matanzas, Peravia province, 12 km west from the town Bani covering a total area of 947,172.73 m2. The purpose of this project activity is to produce clean electricity from renewable sources of energy. The annual electricity generation is 96,863 MWh which will be transported through underground medium voltage circuits insulated at 34.5 kV to an electrical substation 138 kV, which will be composed of a 60 MVA transformer and the energy is transferred to National Interconnected Electrical System of the Dominican Republic (SENI). The project uses solar energy to produce electricity which reduces the dependency on fossil-fuel based energy production.
The project boundary includes the solar power plant, sub-stations, the national grid and all the power plants connected to the grid.
The project uses solar energy to generate clean renewable electricity, which is then used to replace electricity generated by grid-connected fossil-fuel-fired power plants. As a result, the project reduces GHG emissions by 60,210 tCO2e per year and 6,02,100 tCO2e throughout the ten-year crediting period.

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