The Sinan solar power plant is a 24 MW photovoltaic power station in Sinan, Jeollanam-do, South Korea. As of 2009, Sinan solar power plant is the largest photovoltaic installation in Asia. The project was developed by the German company Conergy and it cost US$150 million. It was built by the Dongyang Engineering & Construction Corporation.

The photovoltaic (PV) solar cells that will be used in the project are being suppling by Sun Technics Germany, a wholly owned subsidiary of Conergy AG. The project of Sinan solar power plant will sell the estimated annual 27,000 MWh of electricity pursuant to a fixed tariff arrangement with a Korea Government department for 15 years. The electricity produced will be enough to power more than 6,000 houses.
The proposed size of the photovoltaic field which will track the sun is around 600,000m2. There will be around 109,000 PV modules installed by Sun Technics.
Chul Bohm Kim, Head of Project Finance in Korea and Shane Bush, Global Head of Renewable Energy, were the project team leaders. Shane Bush said “as South Korea implements its strategy to increase renewable energy to 10% of supply by 2020, Standard Chartered is proud to be a leading contributor to the achievement of this goal. The Bank is unique in that it has a dedicated renewable energy team which works with local professionals to offer tailor made solutions for clients.”