The Taiwanese government has declared that by 2025 it wants 20% of its electricity supply to come from renewable energy, up from 4%, with the target for solar power set at 20 GW. The aforementioned large scale solar power generation plant signals Taiwan’s first such project handled by an independent power producer.
The Solar Ware Station being used for the project is a PV inverter system that provides one-stop solutions by integrating inverters and peripheral equipment in a single container. The quality of the stations was verified following completion of assembly and wiring, prior to factory shipment. The stations were delivered as a finished product, thereby enabling on-site installation and reducing construction costs.
“I’m extremely pleased to deliver these Solar Ware Station units, without incident, to the first private-sector-run utility scale PV plant in the Taiwanese market,” said Naotoda Sawada, VP for the renewable energy and new technology division of Toshiba Mitsubishi-Electric Industrial Systems Corporation (TMEIC). “TMEIC will continue leveraging our extensive experience to benefit customers around the world. We aim to capture the top share in the PV market in Taiwan as well, where growth is anticipated.”