Kropyvnytskyi: beginning of construction for the station

In June 2019, Avenston began construction of an industrial solar power plant with a capacity of 3.166 MW with a total land area of ​​6 hectares. Commissioning of this construction facility is expected by the end of 2019.

Specifications:

  • The solar power plant is designed using high-quality Chinese photovoltaic modules ZNSHINE and German SMA solar inverters.
  • The total area for the construction of power plants is 6 hectares.
  • The solar power plant is expected to produce 3,864 MWh / year of electricity.
  • The connection of the construction facility to the network will be made according to the voltage class of 10 kV.

In this project, our company acts as a developer of project documentation and the general contractor, and also performs all the work to commissioning the facility and obtaining a “green” tariff according to the contract.

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