Solar Philippines is looking to complete solar projects with a combined output of 400 megawatts this year, including those in off-grid areas, an official said Wednesday.

“Among the projects that we are completing and constructing already now, we’re looking at 400 MW by the end of this year. Tarlac, Cavite, Batangas, and our smaller distributed projects totaling 400 MW of total installed capacity,” Solar Philippines president Leandro Leviste told reporters at the sidelines of the Asia Clean Energy Forum 2018, which is co-hosted by Asian Development Bank, the United States Agency for International Development, the Korea Energy Agency and the ADB Institute.