Work on Shell’s first solar plant in the Netherlands is complete, according to engineering and construction firm Wood.
The Moerdijk Solar PV Plant is a 27 megawatt (MW) development near the city of Breda.
The new plant holds 76,000 solar PV panels and is one of the country’s largest facilities.
Wood, who acted as Shell’s engineering contractor throughout the project, provided Shell’s clean energy team with “technical procurement expertise” during the 16-month contract.
Bob MacDonald, chief executive of Wood’s specialist technical solutions business, said: “We are delighted to have supported Shell’s New Energies business on the Moerdijk Solar PV Plant.
“This project is a great example of one of the steps Shell is taking to play an active role in the energy transition.”