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Schneider Electric to build two PV plants in Bulgaria | Europe
 
   

Schneider Electric to build two PV plants in Bulgaria

On March 27th, 2012 Schneider Electric SA announced that it has been selected as engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor for the construction, commissioning and operation of two solar photovoltaic plants totaling 39 MW in Bulgaria.

The Letnitsa and Vratsa PV plants will comprise 160,000 PV modules on an area of 80 hectares, and will produce an estimated 47 GWh of electricity annually. Schneider Electric plans to commission the two plants in late June 2012.

"We are extremely proud to have been able to gain our investor?s confidence for the construction of these strategic projects in Bulgaria," states Schneider Electric Solar Business Senior Vice President Laurent Bataille.

"The reliability and the competitiveness of our electrical conversion offer (array boxes, PV boxes, inverters, SCADA monitoring system), our experience in the construction of turnkey solar power plants delivering the expected performance characteristics coupled with our ability to maintain the plants in operation over time thanks to our local presence, were determining criteria."



Integrated solution to include supply of electrical system

Schneider Electric will supply an integrated solution including engineering, project management and civil engineering work, as well as installation of mechanical structures and PV modules.

The company will also supply and install the plant's electrical system, including inverter stations, junction boxes, cables and network connection stations, as well as a security system including access control and video surveillance for the PV plant.

As part of the contracts, Schneider Electric will also guarantee the overall performance of the plants.
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Posted by Gloria Llopis | 2012-04-02