Nanticoke Solar PV Park is a 44MW solar PV power project. It is located in Ontario, Canada. The project is currently active. It has been developed in single phase. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in March 2019.

Project Type Total Capacity (MW) Active Capacity (MW) Pipeline Capacity (MW) Project Status Project Location Project Developer
Solar PV 44 44 Active Ontario, Canada Ontario Power Generation; Six Nations Development; Sunedison Canadian Construction


The project was developed by Ontario Power Generation, Six Nations Development and Sunedison Canadian Construction. The project is currently owned by Six Nations Development with a stake of 10% and Ontario Power Generation.

Nanticoke Solar PV Park is a ground-mounted solar project which is spread over an area of 260 acres.

The project cost is $68.068m.

The project consists of 192,431 modules, each with 345W nameplate capacity.

Development Status

The project got commissioned in March 2019.

Contractors Involved

PCL Constructors was selected to render EPC services for the solar PV power project.

About Ontario Power Generation

Ontario Power Generation Inc (OPG) is an electric utility. It generates and sells energy. The company produces power using hydro, nuclear, and thermal sources. OPG has long-term lease arrangement and related agreements with Bruce Power LP related to the Bruce nuclear generating stations. It also provides nuclear waste management, ancillary and detritiation services; dimensioning services for nuclear generating stations and other facilities; and sells heavy water and isotopes. OPG trades electricity, financial energy, financial risk management energy products, and energy-related products with counterparties in Ontario and neighboring energy markets. The company is owned by the Province of Ontario. OPG is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.


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