Sungrow has announced that it will work with Danish EPC BeGreen on its first partnership in Denmark. The project involves the installation of 320MW for a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) pipeline, all to be integrated with the company’s industry-leading inverters.
The news comes as Sungrow makes moves to expand into the Nordic countries and is the first partnership of its type between the two companies.
The project, named ‘Brilliant’, will deploy mainly utility-scale solar of 320MWp (258 megavolt amperes) and is set for delivery as early as July this year, with grid connection scheduled for the final quarter of 2022.
BeGreen has chosen Sungrow’s multi-MPPT SG250HX string inverter for the project, the model featuring easy installation, smart operation and maintenance, as well as 12 MPPTs with a maximum yield of 99% efficiency. An additional advantage of the SG250HX for this region is the innovative C5 coating and cooling concept with heat exchanger, which gives the system added protection and durability on sites prone to strong winds and coastal areas with corrosive salt air.
Sungrow Director for the CEE and Nordics Region, Moritz Rolf, commented: “We are proud to support BeGreen in the development of their utility-scale solar deployment pipeline. This is the first project pipeline of this scale for Sungrow in Denmark, a country with vast potential for further solar power generation, offering energy security and independence and reducing carbon emissions in what is a vital decade for clean energy transition. Sungrow is committed to providing clean power for all and we look forward to progressing with this project stream.”
Anders Dolmer, Leading Partner at BeGreen Denmark, added: “As a company, we are passionate about the green transition. We want to make a difference in cooperation with municipalities, farmers, neighbours and interest groups, so that together we can solve the climate challenge in a sustainable and acceptable way for the benefit of future generations. We want to lead the Danish way.”
Sungrow has been granted approval to commence operations in the country by the Danish transmission system operator Energinet. Northern Europe represents a key market for Sungrow, which has installed over 224 gigawatts of solar worldwide in its 25 years of operation.