R.Power picks Huawei inverters for 390 MWp of solar projects in Poland
Solar park. Image by: R.Power.
February 17 (Renewables Now) - Polish solar energy developer R.Power Group said today that it has selected Huawei's smart string inverters to be used in the installation of its 390-MWp portfolio of utility-scale solar projects in Poland.
Under the contract, the Chinese technology company will supply three types of inverters -- SUN2000 215KTL-H0, SUN2000 185KTL-H1, and SUN2000 105KTL-H1.
“The field-proven performance, such as high efficiency, low failure rate, and high energy outputs, gives Huawei Smart PV solution an edge over other standard solutions,” R.Power said of its choice.
The 390-MWp portfolio contains solar farm projects that won power sale contracts in Poland’s auctions in November 2020 and June 2021. In October last year, R.Power launched tenders in search of equipment and contractors that would build the plants, and was ready to award over PLN 900 million (USD 226.2m/EUR 199.2m) in contracts.
“In the implementations of our projects, we usually cooperate with industry leaders -- both foreign ones, such as Huawei, which will provide us with inverters, and Polish ones, such as Nomad Electric, a company that will be responsible for the construction, operations, and maintenance of the plants" Przemek Pieta, President of the Management Board of the R.Power Group, said in today’s statement.
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