Mytilineos bags 100-MW Uzbek solar EPC bargain from Total Eren
- Greek commercial empire Mytilineos SA said on Tuesday it has safeguarded an agreement to build a 100-MW/131.3-MWp solar park in Uzbekistan on behalf of French independent power producer Total Eren.
The design, procurement and also building and construction (EPC) order was granted to the Greek company's Renewables and Storage Development (RSD) division as well as covers works associated with Total Eren's Truly photovoltaic or pv (PV) park near the city of Samarkand. Aside from constructing the nuclear power plant, Mytilineos will certainly look after mounting a high-voltage substation.
Building and construction works are currently recurring and power generation will certainly be launched at completion of 2021. A total of 3,644 trackers, 625 string inverters as well as 295,000 bifacial PV modules will be used.
As soon as up and running, the solar ranch is expected to produce 270 GWh of power yearly, or enough to cover the intake of regarding 140,000 neighborhood citizens. The outcome will be marketed to the National Electric Networks of Uzbekistan under a 25-year agreement, Total Eren claimed last month after safeguarding EUR 87.4 million (USD 106.4 m) in the red funding.
Mytilineos noted it has been taken part in two of Total Eren's projects in Kazakhstan-- the 28-MWp Nomad and the 100-MWp M-KAT.