Ingeteam has recently signed a number of contracts to supply its solar inverter for various projects. These inverters, which are part of the INGECON SUN PowerMax B series family, are being sent to five large solar generation plants, totaling 620 MW.
The supply is not limited to the PV inverters, but covers the integrated medium-voltage solution, which is divided into two types. Approximately 63% corresponds to the skid series for Ingeteam’s Inverter Station solution, which comprises a metal platform or skid holding all the low and medium voltage equipment required (LV/MV transformer, MV switchgear, LV switchboard and auxiliary services transformer), and which is connected in the field to three 1,500-Vdc inverters.
These projects will be built in Australia, a country in which the company boasts an important market share in the solar sector. Thanks to these new contracts, Ingeteam has reached the figure of 1060 MW supplied to the Australian PV market.
The company, which has been present in Australia for more than five years now, is to supply a total of 377 central photovoltaic inverters, all with 1,500- Vdc technology, with delivery now underway.
The rest of the supply corresponds to the INGECON SUN CON40 power stations where the equipment mentioned above (three 1,500-Vdc PV inverters, LV/MV transformer, MV switchgear, LV switchboard and auxiliary services transformer) is housed in a 40-ft container, shipped as a turnkey solution.
Moreover, Ingeteam has recently commissioned two solar plants totaling 146 MW in the state of Queensland. These plants have also been equipped with 1,500-Vdc PV inverters, integrated in the INGECON SUN CON40 power stations.
The company is set to commission another plant, with an output power of 119 MW, for which it has supplied 25 Inverter Stations each equipped with 75, 1600-kW inverters.
These new contracts consolidate the position of Ingeteam in Australia, where the company has now crossed the 1 GW threshold of power supplied to the solar market.
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