Ingeteam bags 555MW of inverter supply contracts for Mexican PV plants

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Ingeteam has signed contracts to supply inverters to 555MW of solar projects in Mexico, mainly in large-scale systems but also for commercial plants based on string inverters.

A total of 343 central PV inverters, with 1500V technology, will be supplied to 551MW of capacity. This supply will include the firm's Skid series, comprising a metal platform or skid holding all the low and medium voltage devices required, in addition to the INGECON SUN PowerMax B series central inverters.

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These products will be supplied to four projects located in the states of Baja California, Durango, Sonora and San Luis Poltosí.

Ingeteam has also recently commissioned two solar plants with a total output of more than 60MW in the state of Chihuahua, both equipped with the same inverter technology.

Ingeteam has now supplied inverters to 800MW of solar projects in Mexico. It is also providing O&M services for 2.5GW of renewable energy capacity in the country.

Ingeteam Power Technologyis also the inverter supplier for 1,177.36MW Sweihan solar project in Abu Dhabi, the UAE.

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