Sungrow to Supply Inverter Solutions for 100 MW Solar Plant in Kazakhstan

Sungrow has received an order to supply its inverters for the 100 MW Balkhash solar power project, which deploy 525/530W bifacial modules, in Kazakhstan.

April 09, 2021. By Manu Tayal

Sungrow has received an order to supply its inverters for the 100 MW Balkhash solar power project, which deploy 525/530W bifacial modules, in Kazakhstan.

The 100 MW project will be implemented by KAZ Green Energy and built by local EPC TechnoGroupServices in the Konyrat neighborhood of Balkhash city.

Further, the station is expected to be brought online in two phases i.e. 50MW phase-I will be completed in October 2021 and the remaining 50MW will be completed in June 2022.

“After thoroughly evaluating the site’s conditions, we needed a solution that could not only handle the region's hot summers and cold snowy winters but one that also made the most sense from a CapEx standpoint. The SG6250HV-MV became an obvious choice for us with its resiliency, cost-effectiveness and high efficiency,” said Kanat Abenov, Technical Director of TechnoGroupServices.

“On top of all, I’d like to commend Sungrow on their willingness to work out all technical configurations and contract terms in order to meet our delivery terms in such a short period of time,” Kanat Abenov added.

Since 2020, the Karaganda regional government has been vigorously promoting the development of new energy projects and the region now has 4 operational solar power plants with a combined installed capacity of 200MW. The Balkhash project is of particular importance due to the fact that all materials for use during the construction process will be provided by local enterprises.

Commenting on the development, James Wu, Vice President of Sungrow, said, “we are extremely honored to work together with local partners in bringing such a landmark project online. Sungrow will be there to offer any technical expertise and services to ensure the success of the Balkhash project. Furthermore, as the leading provider of inverters in Kazakhstan, we will continue to support the leadership's strategic commitment towards more favorable renewables and look forward to forging new ventures.”

Once operational, the project is expected to generate 170 GWh of electricity a year, enough to meet the electricity demand of 100,000 households and offset 170,000 tons of carbon dioxide annually.

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