Sungrow Secures Contract for 90 MW Utility Scale Project in Germany

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Sungrow, the global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables, is providing its central and string inverter solutions to Enerparc's 90 MW project in Gaarz, north-eastern Germany. 

The company is supplying 21 units of its SG3125HV central inverter and 116 units of its SG110CX string inverter. Accompanying the inverters are ten 7200kVA MV stations and one 3600kVA MV station. The solution meets the field requirements for scattered sizes. The major advantage of the SG3125HV is its easy installation and streamlined O&M. The advanced engineering and combination of the central and string inverters will enable Enerparc to perform remote online analysis and fast troubleshooting.

Armin Scherl, Systems Engineering Team Lead at Enerparc, commented, “We have been using inverters from Sungrow for several years now and are very satisfied with them. To ensure the highest quality output, we are always in close contact with Sungrow, so that the development of the new generations can be aligned with our requirements. We have always had a good experience with this procedure. For us, it is a safe investment to work with Sungrow.” 

Manuel Seidenkranz, Project Manager at Sungrow Germany added, “We have collaborated on various projects totalling over 1 GW with Enerparc in Europe and we are delighted to know the trust Enerparc has in us and our products.”

The plant is projected to generate a total yield of around 90 GWh per year. This will then be fed into the grid, based on a power purchase agreement (PPA) and part EEG-funding. The first batch of inverters were delivered in July 2020, with energization scheduled to take place during 2021.

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