Sunotec has revealed that it has began work on a 124 MW photo voltaic plant on Verila Mountain in western Bulgaria, east of the small city of Dupnitsa.
The corporate says it should construct the power at an altitude between 700 meters and 1,000 meters above sea degree, with slopes as steep as 18 levels.
“Decrease temperatures as a consequence of excessive altitude contribute to producing extra energy,” it mentioned in a press release. “Nevertheless, this additionally implies that we’ve got to adapt the equipment in addition to the execution sequence to the difficult topography of the positioning.”
Sunotec mentioned it should use 220,230 PV modules, 4,305 tons of metal, and 1,125.5 kilometers of cabling for the mission. It didn’t present any further technical or monetary particulars, however mentioned it expects to finish the development of the plant by the tip of the primary half of 2023.
Bulgaria’s electrical energy system operator (ESO) says it has accepted software to construct greater than 24 GW of recent renewable vitality tasks. The nation shall be one of the vital dynamic photo voltaic markets in Europe by 2024, in accordance with a latest report by SolarPower Europe. It mentioned the nation reached 1.1 GW of cumulative put in PV capability by the tip of 2020 and can hit 3.8 GW by 2024. Market uptake will largely be supported by unsubsidized giant photo voltaic tasks constructed below energy buy agreements.
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