Sungrow to Supply Inverters to two of the Largest Subsidy-Free Solar Farms in UK
- Sungrow has a contract with Bouygues Energies & Services to provide inverter solutions for 2 of the biggest subsidy-free solar farms in the UK.
Sungrow, the global leading inverter solution vendor for renewables, introduced its agreement with Bouygues Energies & Services to supply inverter solutions for two of the biggest subsidy-free solar farms in the UK.
The solar farms "Strensham" as well as "Llanwern" being built by Bouygues Energies & Services for Next Energy Capital, remain in Gloucestershire as well as South Wales specifically. When in operation, the parks, amounting to 115MWp, will certainly offer energy for 22,000 houses.
Keith Pedder, Energy & Engineering Director for Bouygues Energies & Services said "Sungrow has demonstrated its concentrate on giving top notch products and excellent customer care in the UK market."
Sungrow will certainly give 23 systems of SG3125HV-MV turnkey main inverters for the solar parks. The 1500V complete main inverter remedy includes simple installment and O&M, making it possible for price financial savings at large. Geared up with durable C5 anti-corrosion ability, the service is durable in seaside locations, particularly for the Llanwern project, which lies simply 1 km away from the ocean.
Jeremy Powell, Key Account Manager of Sungrow UK, claimed "we are very happy to be working on these large projects with Bouygues Energies & Services as well as Next Energy Capital. Our objective has constantly been to give one of the most innovative and also straightforward service to our consumers. This shows the depend on the UK market has in Sungrow and also its products."
The inverter deliveries have been started in October 2020. Both farms will certainly be attached to the grid in Q1 2021.
Just recently, we reported that Sungrow has hit the 1 GW PV inverter advancing shipments to Chile as well as took first place in the delivery ranking in Chile this year, adding to Chilean renewable energy deployment and coal power phase-out nationwide targets.
"Our activities are strongly grounded in advanced technologies, supplying world-class product or services to grow in a low-carbon world. The 1 GW turning point marks a brand-new beginning of our contribution in Chile," commented Gonzalo Feito, Country Manager of Sungrow Chile.
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