China's biggest subsidy-free solar farm powers up in Liaoning

Chinese state-run SPIC fires up a zero-subsidy solar farm of 500 MW, the country's biggest one yet, with another two of equal capacity on the way.
This file photo shows a worker inspecting solar farm in 2013. | Photo: Carlos Barria/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
This file photo shows a worker inspecting solar farm in 2013. | Photo: Carlos Barria/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
BY BLOOMBERG NEWS

A unit of China’s State Power Investment Corp. has brought online a 500 MW solar farm in the northeastern province of Liaoning, the nation’s biggest subsidy-free solar project.

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