Nova solar power plant

Project details:

  • Stage – 100% completed
  • Power – 25 kWp
  • Roof surface – 300 sq.m.
  • Technology – multy-Si
  • Structure – fixed
  • Commissioning – 2015

This private roof-top solar PV power plant (photovoltaic plant) was built in order to sell the generated electricity to the grid using “green” tariff. This facility was built in 2015 for a private household in the Kyrovograd region. Solar power system was designed with SMA on-grid inverters and polycrystalline silicon solar panels. The total capacity of the PV modules installed on the roof is 25 kW. In the future, it is possible to expand total capacity to 30 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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