Sungrow delivers inverter solutions to solar project in Nevada

Sungrow 1500V Central Inverter Solutions

Sungrow has supplied its 1500V turnkey inverter solutions tailored for North American market to Techren-2, a 200 MW solar project in Nevada.

The solar power project is expected to be grid-connected by the end of 2019 and creates hundreds of jobs for the local community. It increase the share of Nevada’s electricity generation from solar resources compared to other energy sources.

The inverter solution supplier for renewables said Sungrow’s 1500V inverter SG2500U-MV applied onsite characterizes the excellent performance from -30 degrees Celsius (-22 F) to 60 degrees Celsius (140 F).

The company said turnkey solution with the central inverter, transformer and auxiliary power supply, enables lower initial investment on installation and commissioning and caters to the complex requirements of the American grid code.

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

Swinerton has already installed the 2.75 MW turnkey solutions for the first utility-scale solar plant in Wyoming in early September.

George Hershman is the president of Swinerton Renewable Energy.

The solutions are also operational for 205 MW project in California’s Central Valley.

Jack Gu, president of Sungrow PV & Energy Storage Division, said the North American solar market is vital and full of opportunities.

The company will unveil its new products including SG3150U for North American solar market in 2019.