Gamesa Electric to provide PV inverters for Bosnian solar farm
- The firm will certainly a supply a total of seven units
Gamesa Electric will provide its Proteus PV inverters to the Zvizdan solar farm in Bosnia as well as Herzegovina under a new deal authorized with MET Consulting
The extent of the project consists of the design, supply and also commissioning of seven PV4500 Proteus Inverters, provided as three units of PVS9100 and also one unit of PVS4500 incorporated, totally assembled and also factory tested PV Power Stations, and their corresponding spare parts.
On top of that, Gamesa Electric will likewise provide the Orchestra Power Plant Controller (PPC).
" We are delighted to be making our debut in the Balkans with a great client," said Enrique de la Cruz, Sales Director of Solar & Storage at Gamesa Electric.
" This project is an additional example of how competitive the Proteus series inverter remains in large-scale projects. They are inverters with a power of up to 4,700 kVA/unit, rising to plug & play options of 9,400 kVA at medium voltage.
" With such high-power rankings, the number of units can be minimized and as a result the LCoE of the project can be optimized. Furthermore, the record effectiveness levels of 99.4% as well as the low THD make the performance of the Proteus PV services excellent."
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