Skytron energy to install another 50 MW PV in Romania
65 MW of PV energy was already inaugurated in Romania by the German company. This 65 MW of solar consist of two plants and along with the last project, Skytron gathers 115 MW.
The firm that operates in the development of monitoring, control and supervision systems for clean energy programs, Berlin-based skytron solar energy, reports that it has been given to it a a 50 MW PV project in Romania by local EPC company, LSG Building Solutions. The pant is delegated to be finished until the end of the year and comes after two successfully installed PV plants, plants situated in the Romanian Giurgiu district, and both put together by skytron and LSG Building Solutions.
Skytron was not chosen to take care of this project in vain, but because of its expert knowledge of the grid system in Romania. This comes as a quite difficult request as this system is not as typical as other systems are.
skytron’s power plant controller is able to accommodate the power that goes into the grid in response to any transformation in grid frequency and the load capacity the PV plant can manage at any given time.
For this thins to happen, skytron has to measure the available PV power based on data provided by the company’s real-time condition monitoring system. A frequency stabilization system like this is one of a kind because it put into action without the necessity for expensive energy storage facilities.
“We are now realizing our third major project with skytron energy,” announced LSG’s general manager for Romania, Gerhard Lipkovich. “Initial teething troubles were quickly solved by skytron’s dependable cooperation and willingness to provide all the support and training necessary.”
“skytron energy were able to complete the final commissioning of 50 MW, including the complex controllers, in just two days. All of this convinced us about skytron’s proficiency,” he added.
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