The development of project documentation (stage “Project”) for a new project with a capacity of 5.7 MW has been completed

In December 2018, Avenston developed project documentation for the “Project” stage for a new 5.7 MW solar power plant. Due to the need to accelerate the schedules of the future construction of this object, the designs were completed within the entire 4 weeks, which is acceptable for projects of this class of complexity and power.

The design was carried out on the basis of high-quality equipment from first-class manufacturers. Namely: Hanwha Q-Cells type Q.Power L-G5 330 W polycrystalline solar photovoltaic modules and Huawei SUN2000-60KTL-M0 inverters were used. The total area of ​​land for construction is 8 hectares, of which about 3.5 hectares are allocated for the placement of solar panels. Projected electricity production is 7090 MWh/year. The connection of the object to the network will be made according to the voltage class of 35 kV.

Our company has long used Hanwha Q-Cells production panels in its projects and has very good results in the practical use of this equipment. Avenston is also a strategic partner of Huawei and plans to build several solar power plants using inverters from this manufacturer during 2019.

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