Sungrow inverters picked for 320-MWp solar portfolio in Denmark
Solar panels in Denmark. Photo by: Better Energy (www.betterenergyworld.com).
Chinese solar inverter maker Sungrow Power Supply Co Ltd (SHE:300274) will deliver equipment for a 320-MWp portfolio of solar projects that Danish solar developer BeGreen A/S is working on in its home country.
The so-called Brilliant portfolio mainly consists of utility-scale photovoltaic (PV) schemes that will create a power purchase agreement (PPA) pipeline, Sungrow said on Wednesday. Under the deal, the firm will supply its multi-MPPT SG250HX string inverter solution.
The Brilliant bundle includes a solar park of 137.3 MWp in Barmosen, 111.7 MWp in Bregentved and 66.7 MWp in Vildbjerg, as well as an additional 13-MWp expansion project. The plants are scheduled to be commissioned in the closing quarter of this year.
Earlier in 2022, BeGreen selected the team-up of German engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services firm Intec Energy Solutions and Chinese PV modules supplier Chint Solar to execute the project, which aligns with its goal to produce 4 TWh of clean power annually by end-2025.
Sungrow noted that the deal with BeGreen supports its expansion into the Nordic markets, adding that Denmark is “a promising market for continued growth.”
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