Ingeteam has reported a major deal to supply 620 MW of PV inverters to five Australian solar parks with delivery already underway.
The Spanish inverter specialist is contracted to ship a total of 377 central photovoltaic inverters, all with 1500 Vdc technology, which are part of the company’s INGECON SUN PowerMax B Series family with a rated power output ranging from 1600 to 1740 kW.
The supply also covers 80 power stations of Ingeteam’s medium voltage Skid series, an integrated solution with all necessary components (three PV inverters, LV/MV transformer, medium voltage switchgear, auxiliary services transformer and low voltage switchboard) for the power supply to the grid, and 47 power stations of the INGECON SUN CON40 series, with all necessary equipment to inject medium voltage power housed in containers.
In its press release, the Spanish firm comments on its growing presence Down Under, noting that it has recently commissioned two solar plants in Queensland totaling 146 MW, and is set to supply a further 119 MW of inverters to another plant.
Overall, Ingeteam is used to big shipments around the globe, with the most recent one of 555 MW to Mexico and its most lucrative one to date of 1.17 GW of inverters to Abu Dhabi’s Sweihan PV project arranged last year.
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