Sungrow and Solaria Energía y Medio Ambiente Sign Landmark Agreement of 400 MW PV Project in Spain


Solaria Energía y Medio Ambiente has already started the construction of the first parks located in Cáceres, Valladolid, Salamanca, Toledo, Cuenca and Huesca. The generated electricity of the 12 power plants with more than 1,100,000 photovoltaic solar modules installed equal the annual electricity demand of a city of roughly 150,000 inhabitants.

“We are very satisfied with this agreement with Solaria, one of the leading PV power generation companies in Southern Europe. Furthermore, we are more than happy to supply local communities with clean and green energy. This will have a positive effect on the local economy-jobs are being created assuring the sustainable livelihoods of even future generations”, said Jack Gu, President of Sungrow PV & Energy Storage Division.

“We are excited to announce our agreement with Sungrow, a global leading inverter solutions supplier with strong presence in the Spanish market. Sungrow proved to be a solid and reliable partner for us and we are happy to move the relationship to the next level, given Spain's forecast of around 20 GW of new solar PV installations until 2025″, said Darío López, Managing Director of Solaria Energía y Medio Ambiente.

The inverter solution with advanced three-level technology has a maximum efficiency of up to 99%. Highlight features of this turnkey solution that project developers and investors are focusing on consist of, among others, low transportation and installation cost due to the container design. Furthermore, Sungrow's 1500V central inverter solution is an ideal match for Spain's typical climate conditions of both high temperature and altitude which also caters to the complex requirements of the Spanish grid code.