149 MWp Photovoltaic Plant in Australia Completed and Commissioned
Big Final in Australia: Despite the challenging circumstances caused by the corona pandemic, the 149 MWp photovoltaic plant in Glenrowan, Australia, has been successfully completed and commissioned in time. After 16 months of construction, Glenrowan West Solar Farm has finally passed the Hold Point Testing and since May has been able to feed into the grid all of the produced energy.
Around 375,000 monocrystalline modules and 48 central inverters have been installed on an area of 342 hectares. From now on, Glenrowan West Solar Farm will generate around 270,000 MWh of environmentally friendly electricity per year. This is enough to supply approx. 65,000 four-person households with energy and to save around 110,000 tons of CO2 per year.
Even if our scope during construction had to be adjusted quite a bit due to the pandemic and we could only accompany from a distance, we are very happy to have been a part of the project and want to thank all involved parties for the great work!
We are convinced, Glenrowan West Solar Farm is equipped perfectly to provide clean solar energy during the next decades and we hope that all target values will be exceeded with ease.