Ingeteam supplies inverters for 170-MW of solar projects in Morroco

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Aug 8 (Renewables Now) - Spanish firm Ingeteam SA announced today it has started the delivery of solar inverters to three photovoltaic (PV) power projects in Morocco, with a combined capacity of 170 MW.

The Inverter Station is comprised of new dual PV inverters, especially designed to withstand adverse ambient conditions, and a medium voltage skid that integrates all the necessary components for the power supply to the grid, the company stated.

Solar projects not only help the country to reduce its heavy reliance on foreign energy sources but also support the Moroccan goal to produce 52% of all its power from renewable energy sources by 2030, Ingeteam said.

Currently, Ingeteam operates and maintains 230 MW of capacity on the continent, at five different South African PV plants. Recently, the firm was awarded the supply and commissioning of the protection, control and metering systems for three substations in Malawi, it noted.

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