Leading PV inverter manufacturer Huawei is supplying its string inverters to a 75MW fully-digitalized utility-scale PV project in Brazil, said to be the first of its kind in the country. Image: Huawei
Leading PV inverter manufacturer Huawei is supplying its string inverters to a 75MW fully-digitalized utility-scale PV project in Brazil, said to be the first of its kind in the country.
Huawei noted that the project was for AES Tietê, a subsidiary of AES Corporation, a strategic partner of Huawei.
Henry Xia, General Manager for Huawei FusionSolar Latin America Business said, “Things nowadays are getting more and more connected, 5G, cloud-computing and digitalization are happening globally in every industry, so does solar. We fully believe that, with Huawei FusionSolar Smart PV Solution, which demonstrating the global advanced natural cooling and multi-level topology technology, this project can contribute to Brazil solar industry with higher yields, lower LCOE, smart O&M and safe & reliable experiences, making digitalization be a trend of this industry.”
AES Corporation has renewable projects in development or under construction in the US, Mexico, Brazil, El Salvador and Jordan.
The present study analyses the levelized cost of electricity (LCOE) of PV utility-scale power plants in the first quarter of 2018. It compares different Jinko modules technologies and shows their future developments till 2020 based on technology and market scenarios. Speaker information: Roberto Murgioni holds a BSc in Electrical Engineering and a Masters of Renewable Energies Engineering. Roberto is responsible for the pre-sales and after-sales activities around Europe. Before Joining Jinko he held a variety of similar positions with Trina and ET solar. Prior to that he covered several roles in the engineering dept. starting in Milan and then Munich as a Project Electrical Engineer for various EPC companies, managing large PV power plant projects in EU and LATAM. If you have any questions you would like to direct to Jinko prior to the webinar, please send them through to Oliver Amos at Solar Media: email@example.com