Sungrow SG3125HV Central Inverter. Credit: Sungrow
PV inverter supplier Sungrow has delivered 400MW of its 1500V inverters to solar projects being built by Solaria Energía y Medio Ambiente in Spain.
Solaria has already started the construction of the first parks located in Cáceres, Valladolid, Salamanca, Toledo, Cuenca and Huesca. The 12 power plants will supply power for the annual electricity demand of roughly 150,000 people.
"We are very satisfied with this agreement with Solaria, one of the leading PV power generation companies in Southern Europe. Furthermore, we are more than happy to supply local communities with clean and green energy. This will have a positive effect on the local economy-jobs are being created assuring the sustainable livelihoods of even future generations", said Jack Gu, President of Sungrow PV & Energy Storage Division.
"We are excited to announce our agreement with Sungrow, a global leading inverter solutions supplier with strong presence in the Spanish market. Sungrow proved to be a solid and reliable partner for us and we are happy to move the relationship to the next level, given Spain's forecast of around 20GW of new solar PV installations until 2025", said Darío López, MD of Solaria Energía y Medio Ambiente.
The Intersolar organizers have teamed up with SolarPower Europe and Spanish Solar Association, UNEF, to shed light on Europe's new solar boom market – Spain. Intersolar Summit Spain takes place in Barcelona on June 18, 2019. We are going to discuss the PV market development in Spain, the chances and opportunities of the announced grid parity, corporate sourcing models, regulation and policy issues. The event will bring together the key stakeholders in this market, which is being driven by auctions and increasingly by subsidy-free corporate sourcing of solar power.