Glodosy solar power plant

Project details:

  • Stage – 100% completed
  • Power – 6 kWp
  • Roof surface – 40 sq.m.
  • Technology – multy-Si
  • Structure – fixed
  • Commissioning – 2015

This private roof-solar power plant (photovoltaic plant) was built in order to sell the generated electricity to the network of “green” tariff. This facility was built in autumn of 2015 for a private household in the Kirovograd region. Solar power plant designed with SMA on-grid inverter and polycrystalline silicon modules (solar panels). The total capacity of the photovoltaic modules installed on the roof of the object is 6 kW. In the future, possible expansion of the installed capacity to 10 kW.

List of our services provided in this project was the following:

  • Turn-key project management;
  • Engineering;
  • Procurement;
  • Construction;
  • Grid connection;
  • Commissioning.

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