Siemens to equip 140 MW of solar parks in Pakistan, Brazil

German commercial predominant Siemens (ETR: SIE) said these days it has gained an order for the turnkey electric device and set up of two sun electricity plants in Brazil and Pakistan totaling 140 MW.

Turkish corporation Zorlu Enerji retaining has shriveled Siemens and its associate Wind & solar technology SL (WSTECH) to offer transformers and medium voltage switchgear (RMUs) at the side of 5-MW solar inverters for the 100-MW photovoltaic (PV) venture in Bahawalpur, Pakistan. Siemens will deploy the additives and hook the solar farm to the neighborhood strength grid.

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A similar deal was signed with Quebec Engenharia, that is growing a 38-MW solar task in northeastern Brazil. Siemens is offering seven 4.36-MW inverter stations for this task.

both plants are visible to go surfing in early 2018. Facility in Pakistan is expected to be improved to 300 MW in the future.

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Siemens notes that its present collaboration with solar inverter manufacturer SMA solar era AG end on December 31, 2017.

 

 

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