Lightsource BP awards 515MW solar EPC agreement
- GRS will be in charge of the layout, construction as well as commissioning of 2 projects in Australia
Lightsource BP has authorized a contract with GRS for the design, building as well as commissioning of two solar farms in Australia completing 515MW.
GRS, which is a Gransolar owned firm will certainly be responsible for the layout, construction, commissioning and succeeding procedure and also maintenance tasks of 90MW Wunghnu project and the 425MW Wellington North plant,, in addition to its sis firms ISE and also PV Hardware (PVH).
Wellington North will certainly include 755,552 photovoltaic or pv modules, topped a location of 847 hectares, as well as will certainly create clean energy equivalent to the intake of greater than 152,500 families.
Wunghnu will be located in Victoria's Goulburn Valley as well as will certainly consist of 160,048 modules on 222 hectares, enough to power 27,152 residences.
Both projects are anticipated to be completed in about two years.
They will certainly represent Gransolar Group's working viewpoint as an integrated solar platform, as ISE will certainly be in charge of the style as well as design and PVH will mount its advanced solar trackers, GRS stated.
Lightsource bp Australia and New Zealand managing supervisor Adam Pegg said: "We are pleased to be partnering with Gransolar as we grow our solar generation portfolio in Australia, advancing our strategies to provide trustworthy, sustainable and also cost effective power for our clients as well as communities.
" Gransolar was chosen by Lightsource bp as it has a proven track record of efficiently developing and operating large utility-scale projects in Australia and around the globe."
Gransolar Group Australia handling director Carlos López claimed: "We have everything in our favour to really feel very comfy planning and also building utility-scale PV plants below: favorable public policies, weather problems as well as, most importantly, outstanding partners such as Lighsource bp who assist us to grow each day."