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Sterling & Wilson wins order for solar PV power plant in Philippines

Our Bureau Pune | Updated on January 22, 2018 Published on October 01, 2015

Sterling and Wilson (S&W) has won an EPC from Enfinity Philippines Renewable Resources Inc to set up a 28.6 MW solar photovoltaic power plant in Sanroque, Digos, Davao, Philippines.

This project will be constructed under the Department of Energy (DOE) Philippines Solar Power Procurement Program under the feed-in-tariff mechanism.

The capacity of the solar power plant is expected to be around 28.6 MW (DC)/24.75 (AC). The output power will be evacuated through a 69 kV substation and overhead transmission line of 8 km to the nearest NGCP substation.

S&W will use Hanwha’s Solar one modules of 310 Wp power rating with central inverter solution for this project.

In a statement, Bikesh Ogra, President, S&W’s electrical & solar Business, said, “The fact that we are one of the only Indian Solar EPC to have already set up solar projects in the International market gives us immense motivation to work harder. SWL will deliver the project within six months from the beginning of July 2015.”

Published on October 01, 2015
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