Avenston Group has started another construction of PV power plant

In April 2019, Avenston Company has started the construction of an industrial solar power plant with a capacity of 16.89 MW. This construction facility is planned to be put into operation by the end of the year. The solar power plant is designed with the use of first-class photovoltaic modules produced by Hanwha Q Cells and German SMA solar inverters.

The total area of ​​the land for the construction of the power plant is 25 hectares, of which about 10 hectares are reserved for placing solar panels. Forecast electricity generation is 21 257 MWh / year. The connection of the construction facility to the network will be carried out according to the voltage class 35 kV. Avenston is a strategic partner of the SMA company and plans to build several solar power plants in 2019 using inverters from this manufacturer. In this project, our company acts as a developer of project documentation and the general contractor, performs all works under the contract before the commissioning of the facility and the receipt of the “green” tariff as well.

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