The 8.2 MW solar power plant fully adopts Huawei FusionSolar Smart PV Solution, including smart PV string inverter SUN2000-42KTL and SmartLogger, along with the Philadelphia Solar polycrystalline panels of 325 Wp covering an 86,000 square-meter field
September 11, 2019. By News Bureau
Huawei has announced that it has teamed up with Jordanian solar manufacturer and developer Philadelphia Solar to power the world's largest photovoltaic (PV) farm built for a single health care facility, Abdali Medical Center, in Amman.
The 8.2 MW solar power plant fully adopts Huawei FusionSolar Smart PV Solution, including smart PV string inverter SUN2000-42KTL and SmartLogger, along with the Philadelphia Solar polycrystalline panels of 325 Wp covering an 86,000 square-meter field.
Huawei's best-selling smart string inverter SUN2000-42KTL working as the brain of this PV plant, which has maximum efficiency 98.8% and European efficiency 98.6% leading to high yields. By reducing the reliance on components such as DC combiner boxes and power distribution cabinets, the string solution helps shorten the installation period and makes the whole process simpler and more efficient. Adhering to the design concept of "less is more", Huawei is committed to providing customers with simplified solutions. Huawei string inverter reaches IP65 protection level, natural cooling design and no vulnerable components like fuses, which bring about the 99.996% availability certified by TUV.
The electricity generated by this plant will cover the medical center's own consumption, enabling it to provide the high quality, patient-centered reliable healthcare from a secure clean energy source and to promote research, education and a culture of excellence in the MENA region. Philadelphia Solar and Huawei dedicate to apply the advanced technologies of solar industry to furthering the cause of world sustainability.
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