Solar Power In France
France had 2.831 GW of photovoltaics at the end of 2011, installing 1.634 GW that year. The electricity generated in France by photovoltaics was 1,800 GWh in 2011. The largest completed solar park is the 115 MW Toul-Rosières Solar Park.
Of the 242,295 installations completed by the end of 2011, 0.2% were over 250 kW, and made up 38.6% of the total. 89.1% were 3 kW or less, and made up 20.3% of the total.
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