ZARIA Solar PV Power Plant

Zaria PV power plant was designed and launched by our group as a full-cycle EPC-contractor. We performed all work on this facility, starting from getting grid permissions and up to the commissioning and green tariff obtaining. Power station is projected with application of 60 kW string invertors and 265 W polycrystalline silicon solar modules. All invertors are combined in three groups and further connected to complete 0,4/10 kV transformer substations.

Key project details:

  • DC power:   0,252 MWp
  • Stage:   100% completed
  • Construction completion:   2017
  • Type of solar plant:   on-grid (10 kV)
  • Solar panels:   poly-Si (Jinko Solar)
  • Inverters:  SMA Tripower 60 kW
  • Structures:   ground mounted, fixed
  • Plant area:   0,5 ha
  • Location:   Kirovograd region, Ukraine

List of our services:

  • Feasibility study
  • Pre-design surveys
  • Technological solutions analysis and selection
  • Electrical engineering, detailed design (PV, LV)
  • Equipment Procurement and Logistics
  • Construction and commissioning works
  • Grid connection
  • Licensing and green tariff support
  • O&M services

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