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Ingeteam Supplies Solar Inverters For PV Project Of More Than 100MW In Chile

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Ingeteam
has supplied 72 PV inverters for a photovoltaic project that is being
constructed in Chile, owned by Global Power Generation (GPG), the international
power generation subsidiary of the Naturgy group. Over the next few months, the
company is set to perform the commissioning work and will also be responsible
for the provision of the operation and maintenance services at both plants, totaling
a power capacity of more than 100 MW.

This
project comprises two plants, San Pedro I and San Pedro IV, with 48 MW and 60
MW respectively, located in the heart of the Atacama desert. Given that this is
the most arid desert in the world, with harsh climatic conditions, this project
has been a real technological challenge.

For this
project, Ingeteam has supplied 72 of its PV central inverters with 1500V
technology and a rated power of 1690kW, housed in 18 Inverter Stations fitted with all the equipment required for low to
medium voltage conversion. Furthermore, the Power Plant Controller (PPC) system
for the management of all the solar inverters at both plants, was also supplied
by Ingeteam..

With regard
to the O&M services, this is a Full Service contract that includes LV, MV
and HV electromechanical maintenance (including the substation and transmission
line), the cleaning of modules, plant safety, 24x7 monitoring and reporting.

Furthermore,
the personnel responsible for this work will perform predictive, preventive,
corrective maintenance work, activity reporting, warranty management, spares
management and supply, drone thermography, etc.

The Ingeteam supply

For this
project, Ingeteam has supplied:

·
72
central PV inverters with 1500V technology. The inverter model is the INGECON
SUN 1690TL B650.

·
Sixteen
6.76MW Inverter Stations and two 5MW
Inverter Stations, fitted with all the equipment required for low to medium
voltage conversion (transformer and MV
switchgear, LV switchboard, auxiliary services, PV inverters, etc.).

·
INGECON
SUN Power Plant Controller (PPC) system

·
Project
commissioning.

·
General
operation and maintenance of both plants.

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