Hanwha Q CELLS has completed its first project in Portugal as an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor.
The 13.3MW plant in Montijo also uses 51,000 of the company’s Q.PRO-G3 modules. The plant was connected to the grid in May 2014.
“The PV system in Portugal proves Hanwha Q CELLS´ expertise as full-service-provider regarding the development and EPC of PV power plants,” said Frank Danielzik, vice president development/sales and EPC, Hanwha Q CELLS.
“Investors in PV projects are looking for reliable contractors offering top-quality modules, excellent services and strong financial stability to guarantee their project´s successful realisation as well as long-term operation,” added Danielzik.
The plant was built in five weeks. The company claims that its modular power plant construction means that it has reduced the construction time to less than a day per MW.
Hanwha Q CELLS claims to have installed more than 600MW of power plant capacity.