GoodWe completes 10.95MW large-scale PV project in Malaysia

By GoodWe

GoodWe has announced the completion of the 10.95MW Citra project, a PV plant located in Perak, Malaysia. The project is one of the first to connect to the grid under the aegis of the country’s large-scale solar 4 program (LSS4) and is expected to produce an annual 24.095 gigawatt-hours (GWh) of clean energy, leading to revenues of $1 million and eliminating 17.1 metric tons of carbon emissions.

The project represents a milestone for GoodWe, as the first large-scale solar farm to be fully implemented with its integrated one-stop PV solution. This comprehensive solution comprises 52 units of 250kW-HT string inverters, 2 units of 6750kVA medium-voltage (MV) Stations, a SCB3000 communication device and the company’s SolarOS monitoring platform.

The 250kW-HT inverter is designed to optimize energy efficiency while minimizing O&M costs, with the MV station, conveniently housed in a transportable container, incorporating essential switchgear and transformer equipment to ensure seamless power transformation within the system. In the system itself, the HT inverter converts generated DC energy into AC, while the MV station raises AC voltage from 800V to 33kV for grid connection and distribution.

At the monitoring level, the SCB3000 facilitates data acquisition and transmission from system components, including energy generation, weather conditions and equipment status. Station-level monitoring is carried out through GoodWe’s SolarOS, an online platform for power plant control which enables plant operators to make informed decisions according to real-time analysis and manage the system remotely via internet access.

GoodWe’s SolarOS Interface

James Hou, head of sales for APAC, commented: “We are delighted to have supplied our utility solution for the Solar Citra Project. As a global smart energy solution provider, we have stood the test of time and remain committed to providing our clients with high-quality, cost-effective solutions for their clean energy needs. We firmly believe in  Malaysia’s sustainable development and will continue to be a driving force in the process.”

Key partners in the project included Solarvest Holdings Berhad, providing engineering, procurement, construction, and commissioning (EPCC) solutions, and M K Land Holdings Berhad, the project owner and developer.

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