Sungrow Shipped 1500V Inverters for Total Eren’s 95 MWac PV Projects in Kazakhstan

Global photovoltaic (PV) inverter solution supplier Sungrow said that it shipped 1500V medium-voltage central inverter solutions for Total Eren’s two 95 MWac solar PV projects in Kazakhstan, and are operational well.

November 11, 2020. By Manu Tayal

Global photovoltaic (PV) inverter solution supplier Sungrow said that it shipped 1500V medium-voltage central inverter solutions for Total Eren’s two 95 MWac solar PV projects in Kazakhstan, and are operational well. 

Further, these two projects, i.e. 75 MWac M-KAT plant in Zhambyl region and 20 MWac Nomad plant in Kyzylorda region, were commissioned in December last year, and were constructed by the Greek company METKA EGN.

Kazakhstan, a country in Central Asia, has extreme varied climatic conditions with hot summers having temperatures up to 45oC and cold winters with temperatures as low as minus 50 oC. Thus, the company said that it’s 1500V turnkey solutions utilized here ideally tackle the difficulties.

It’s 1500V central inverter includes medium-voltage transformer, RMU (Ring Main Unit) and auxiliary devices in a 20-ft container, enabling easy transportation, installation and O&M, lowering the system cost.

Commenting on the development, Fabienne Demol, Executive VP and Global Head of Business Development of Total Eren, said “Total Eren is committed to deliver competitive renewable energy for the benefit of the Kazakh people and to contribute to the diversification of the Kazakh energy market. We were pleased to work with Sungrow during the construction of our two first PV power plants in Kazakhstan, and we are now looking forward to our next achievements in the country.”

“We were honored to be selected by such an outstanding renewable IPP as Total Eren to provide our inverter solutions to their two solar farms in Kazakhstan. I would like to personally thank them for their trust and support. Sungrow presents customers with optimal solutions that minimize LCOE and is poised to power more installations in this Central Asian country to cut down dependency of the fossil energy,” said James Wu, Vice President of Sungrow.

Meanwhile, the company made significant headway in the nation, having hundreds of solar inverter solutions installed and taking the first place in market share yet.

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