1,3 MW solar PV power plant in the Kropyvnytskyi region

The team of the AVENSTON and RENTECHNO Group of Companies completed the project of an IVANIVKA-1 Ground-based Solar PV Power Plant in the Kropyvnytskyi region. We acted as the general contractor of the project, which included the development of project documentation, the supply of equipment and components, as well as construction and commissioning.

The project of the station involved multicrystalline silicon modules with 250 W output, 40 linear 3-phase invertors with solar power-station monitoring system and 3 pcs of 0,4/10 kV transformer substations. The total power output of the solar modules reached 1,331 kW. Thanks to licensed software and careful optimization of all components in the facility design, we increased the annual level of electric power generation.

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Currently, all technological equipment of solar PV station were installed. In October 2012 we will complete the commissioning and connecting the facility to a 10 kV grid. Also, by the end of 2012, we will complete the passage of all formal procedures to obtain a green tariff.

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Our activity in the solar energy market of Ukraine began back in 2007 under the SolarUA brand. The company produced photovoltaic components for projects in Ukraine and the USA. Since 2010, RENTECHNO created for carrying general contracts of design and construction of solar PV plants. In 2011 the law of green tariff adopted, which caused the company to focus on the implementation of industrial power projects. Meeting the needs of our customers, we started to organize the supply of equipment for facilities under construction and founded a new energy company RENTECHNO PRIME for that. Since the active development of solar energy in 2018 in Ukraine, the new challenges of the market taken over by AVENSTON company.

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