Spanish manufacturer Ingeteam has installed three of its inverters on one of Ecuador‘s Galapagos Islands.
Three of the company's 81 kWp Ingecon Sun 25 U inverters have been installed as part of a diesel-PV hybrid system to supply power to the airport on the island of Baltra.
Ingeteam said the PV system, which included 352 solar panels, had been operational since October and has shaved 12% off the airport's diesel fuel expenditure.
Ingeteam says it has installed more than 27.5 GW of its inverters in renewables projects worldwide to date.
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