GE to provide power conversion kit for 100MW Turkish solar
- Company will certainly supply its Flexinverter technology for Ecogreen Energy's Nigde Bor PV project
GE has been selected by Ecogreen Energy to supply power conversion equipment for a 100MW Turkish solar project.
GE will provide its Flexinverter Solar Power Station technology for the Nigde Bor solar power plant to be built in Nigde.
The scope of work consists of design, engineering, procurement, and also commissioning of the development.
The Nigde Bor solar power plant becomes part of YEKA-GES4, launched in 2022, by the Ministry of Energy.
Turkey's solar power capacity is projected to reach 52.9 GW with an increase of approximately 500% by 2035.
This project adds up to the 1.3 GW of solar projects GE is supplying in Turkey.
Prakash Chandra, Renewable Hybrids CEO, GE, said: "The capacity for solar energy in Turkey is a truth.
" We are enjoyed be partnering with Ecogreen Energy on the projects and also eagerly anticipate more opportunities to raise the penetration of renewable resource in Turkey and also beyond."
GE will certainly companion with Ecogreen in the supply as well as solutions agreement of a prolonged scope of equipment past inverter stations as well as commissioning solutions.
Inogen will certainly carry out the regional works to fulfil the EPC scope.
GE as well as Inogen will work together again after having actually completed 1.3 GW of YEKA and hybrid projects in Turkey.
Inogen handling partner Ali Murat Soydan claimed: "We are really happy and also honored to partner with GE and also sustain the company with neighborhood capability in Turkey."
The Flexinverter Solar Power Station is an integrated containerized remedy that combines a solar inverter, medium voltage power transformer, as well as an optional MV Ring Main Unit, all incorporated in a standard 20-feet ISO high cube container.
The system provides a reputable, economical, plug and play, factory-integrated power conversion platform for utility scale solar and storage space applications.