Sungrow ships 200MW of inverters for Nevada PV project

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Sungrow has supplied its  featured 1500V turnkey inverter solutions to Techren-2, a 200MW solar project in Nevada. Image: Sungrow

Sungrow has supplied its featured 1500V turnkey inverter solutions to Techren-2, a 200MW solar project in Nevada.

The installation is expected to operational and grid-connected by the end of 2019 and will create hundreds of jobs for the local community. . Once fully operational, it will power local residences in the area while also boosting the share of Nevada's electricity generation from solar resources when compared to other outlets in the energy mix.

Sungrow's 1500V central inverter SG2500U-MV will be able to handle the tough conditions present at the site, as the project will be developed in an arid high plateau with temperatures exceeding 40 degrees Celsius in the summer.

Swinerton Renewable Energy is providing turnkey engineering, procurement and construction services for the project developer and asset management service provider, Clenera LLC.

Jack Gu, president of Sungrow PV & Energy Storage Division, said: “We take pride in being a part of the 200MW solar project and we are pleased to bring clean energy to the great State of Nevada. The North American solar market is vital and full of opportunities and we are dedicated to providing excellent products and solutions from coast to coast as we charge toward a brighter future.”

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