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Sineng Delivers 1016 MW Capacity Inverters for Al Kahfah Solar Project in Saudi Arabia

The Al Kahfah solar PV project is owned by ACWA Power and Badeel.

July 04, 2024. By News Bureau

Sineng Electric collaborated with Larsen & Toubro to supply 1016 MW of its 6.6 MW MV turnkey stations to the Al Kahfah solar power project in Saudi Arabia. This partnership marks a significant step towards Sineng's mission to provide innovative and efficient energy solutions worldwide.

Sineng has supplied its EP-6600-HB-UD/33 which has been engineered to operate in the subtropical desert climate of Al Kahafah. The inverter has been designed to deliver 6,600 kW of output power without derating, even in ambient temperatures of up to 50°C.

The EP-6600-HB-UD/33 inverter includes a smart forced air-cooling design, where the DSP controller adjusts the rotation speed of cooling fans based on sensed internal temperature. This function allows the inverter to minimise energy loss effectively.

Sineng inverter’s maximum efficiency of up to 99 percent and advanced three-level topology technology significantly amplify power generation while enhancing the return on investment.

The Al Kahfah solar PV project is part of the Kingdom’s National Renewable Energy Programme (NREP) supervised by the Ministry of Energy. The NERP’s objective is to refine the energy mix and generate the country’s 50 percent of electricity using renewable energy sources, reducing dependence on liquid fuels and ensuring to achieve the goals of Saudi Vision 2030.

The solar power project is jointly owned by ACWA Power and Badeel. Once the project is completed, the companies will distribute and sell the generated power to the Saudi Power Procurement Company (SPPC) via a power purchase agreement (PPA).

Commenting on the company’s part in the completion of the solar power park, Qiang Wu, Chairman of Sineng Electric, said, "Sineng has been playing an instrumental role in diversifying energy sources in the Middle East and decarbonising the region's economy. Our ongoing collaboration with Larsen & Toubro, following the success of our joint efforts in the Ar Rass project, symbolises our commitment to maximising the share of renewable energy.”
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