Enerparc installs Russia's largest PV park

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German companies Enerparc, Mounting Systems and Skytron joined forces to help develop what is claimed to be the largest PV park in Russia.

The 1 MW ground-mount project at Kaspiysk in the Republic of Dagestan was assembled in just two weeks with Hamburg-based Enerparc providing engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services and Berlin company Skytron co-ordinating the commissioning process.

Using more than 4,000 Trina Solar modules, the 1 MWp plant is expected to generate more than 1.2 GWh per year in the northern Caucasus location.

Engineering services were provided by MEK and the installation incorporates 50 inverters from RefuSol with German company Mounting Systems GmbH supplying the support structures.

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