The new panel has a nominal power of 395 W and a claimed temperature coefficient of 0.28% degrees Celsius.
With completion scheduled by November 2019, the Khorinskaya PV facility will be the second solar park to be built by the Russian solar module manufacturer in the Republic of Buryatia.
Hevel Solar and Fortum won the 148.5 MW worth of solar PV projects awarded in the auction. The Finnish utility, however, proposed a project CAPEX, which was almost half that of the Russian company’s.
Only a third of the projects, however, will reach the auction’s final phase, as the Russian government announced last year it would allocate 829.94 MW of wind and only 150.2 MW of solar in this round of bids.
Russia-based precious metals mining group, Polymetal will be provided with power from a solar facility currently under development by Russian solar module maker, Hevel. The project will be located in Russia’s Far East, a region with limited access to electricity and transmission networks.
The Volgograd Solar Power Plant will sell electricity to Russia’s Wholesale Electricity and Capacity Market.
A 20 MW solar project featuring heterojunction modules is the first one of its kind in Russia. Hevel announces further expansion of its HJT module production to 220 MW.
The plant is part of a 165 MW PV project pipeline that the company is developing in Russia’s Astrakhan region.
The Russian module maker is planning to build several hybrid solar-diesel power plants in the Tyva Republic, southern Siberia.
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