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Hardap solar PV plant

Hardap solar PV plant

Hardap photovoltaic solar plant in Namibia

This plant is the third solar project and the largest to date in Namibia, a country that in order to improve its efficiency, is already moving towards an expansion in renewable energies. This project will generate around 116 GWh/year.

The commissioning and Performance Ratio (PR) of this plant was completed in April 2019.
The total supply was of 9 Solar PV Stations of 4.6 MVA for a total power of 37 MW. Each one of these stations include two of our Gamesa E-2.5 MVA-SB-I high efficiency solar inverters, which rates one of the highest performance records in the market (99.1% of maximum yield, 98.8% of European yield).

Each station also includes the step-up transformer and the medium voltage protection switchgear. All of this is integrated into a 40-foot ISO maritime container, with all the interconnections made and tested in the factory, for ease of transportation and field installation.

 

Hardap Solar Plant
Location Hardap, Namibia
Year 2019
Power 37 MW
Total supply 9 x Solar PV Stations of 4.5 MVA