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  • Enertis collaborates with AAGES as quality inspector of the first plant in Colombia with bifacial photovoltaic panels

    Pays: Chine

    Puissance: 26 MW

    Services: Contrôle Qualité dans les bifacies

    Clients: AAGES

    Enertis has inspected the manufacturing and performance of bifacial photovoltaic panels, carrying out different tests and analyses in its accredited laboratory located in Shanghai. The 26 MWp photovoltaic plant ‘La Sierpe’, a pioneering project in the country developed and built by AAGES, is located in the Province of Sucre, Colombia. The plant is set to be fully operational in the second half of this year. Enertis has supervised the manufacturing of more than 1 GWp projects involving bifacial technology in Latin-America alone. Enertis, the leading consulting and engineering company specialising in solar photovoltaic technology, has served as technical adviser and quality assurance supervisor to AAGES in the construction of its first photovoltaic plant in Colombia using bifacial photovoltaic panels. Over the past two months, Enertis has visited, supervised and sampled bifacial panels at two workshops in China that have been manufacturing the 65,000 400 Wp solar panels which will conform the photovoltaic plant. As Álvaro Velasco, the Enertis Regional Director in the area, put it, ‘It is an honour to serve as advisor in a pioneering project in Colombia, one with which Enertis has surpassed the 1 GWp mark for inspections on bifacial projects in Latin-America. We are committed to offering high quality services based on the technological development of new and innovative solutions, as is the case here”. Enertis has permanent offices in Colombia since 2017, where it has amassed more than 2GW of experience in providing consultancy, engineering and quality assurance services in different phases of solar photovoltaic projects.

  • On site Testing for a 854MW Pv plant

    Pays: Chili

    Puissance: 854 MW

    Services: Services d'inspection technique

    Clients: Confidentiel

    Enertis has been chosen for the provision of independent testing services on-site to study a possible increment of energy production.

  • Enertis acts as LTA for Triodos Bank in the financing of the 50 MWp plant in Posadas (Córdoba, Spain) owned by Ibox Energy

    Pays: Espagne

    Puissance: 50 MW

    Services: Conseiller Technique

    Clients: Triodos Bank

    Enertis has prepared the technical Due Diligence for the financing of the 50 MWp solar photovoltaic plants in Posadas, Córdoba. Triodos Bank finances the plant owned by Ibox Energy.  Enertis provides technical advice to Triodos Bank on the financing of the design, construction, commissioning and operation of the 50 MW solar photovoltaic plant in Posadas (Córdoba). This is the first financing operation carried out by Triodos Bank in the Spanish market for a solar photovoltaic plant under a PPA, although the bank had previously financed other wind and solar projects without subsidies. The financing of the facilities were financed under a 'project finance' scheme, an investment financing mechanism based on the project’s ability to generate sufficient cash flows to repay the debt and obtain a return on the capital invested.  The ethical and sustainable European banking entity is in charge of financing the solar photovoltaic plant owned by the Ibox Energy group, the operation of which will require a 37 million euro investment. Ibox Energy, a joint venture of Spain’s Ibexia Development and Cox Energy, was created to develop and operate solar energy production projects.  The works undertaken by the Enertis team include the technical Due Diligence study for the financing operation and will continue throughout the project’s construction and commissioning phases.

  • Enertis advises White River Renewables on the purchase/sale of two Jinko Solar photovoltaic plants in Mexico

    Pays: Mexique

    Puissance: 155MW

    Services: Due Diligence Technique

    Clients: White River Renewables

    Enertis has prepared the technical Due Diligence for the acquisition of both projects located in Jalisco and Yucatán, totaling 155 MWp. The plants have been acquired by White River Renewables, a joint venture set up by Riverstone and White Summit Capital   Enertis, a leading global consulting and engineering company in the renewable energy sector and specialising in solar photovoltaic technology, served as technical advisor to White River Renewables in the acquisition of the two solar photovoltaic plants in Mexico, sponsored by Jinko Solar. Enertis prepared the technical Due Diligence for the acquisition of both plants, totaling 155 MWp. Las Viborillas, a 130 MWp PV plant, is located in Jalisco, while San Ignacio, a 25 MWp PV plant, is located in Yucatán. The plants have been acquired by White River Renewables, a joint venture focused on renewable energy projects, set up by Riverstone, a private investment firm operating in the energy and power sector, and White Summit Capital ("WSC"), a Switzerland-based firm specialising in infrastructure investments, renewable energies, and asset management. Both plants are currently fully operational and have achieved COD under their PPAs in September 2018, in the case of the Viborillas plant, and in May 2019, in the case of the San Ignacio plant. Enertis has had permanent offices in Mexico since 2012. Along with more than 21,000 MW experience in different phases of solar photovoltaic projects.

  • On site testing in Sonora

    Pays: Mexique

    Puissance: 200 MW

    Services: Vérification sur place des modules

    Clients: Ortiz Energia

    Enertis has been chosen for the provision of independent testing services on-site to PV modules. The scope of QA/QC works included Night Electroluminescence tests on site.

  • Enertis advises FRV and provides technical inspection services in the development of the Potrero Solar Project in Mexico

    Pays: Chine

    Puissance: 296 MW

    Services: Contrôle Qualité

    Clients: FRV Services

    Enertis, a specialist in the provision of consulting, engineering and quality control assurances in renewable energy projects on a global scale, has once again been chosen by Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV), a global leader in the development of renewable energy projects, as its adviser and technical inspector in the photovoltaic Potrero Solar project in Jalisco, Mexico. The power plant, one of the largest in the country and one of the most ambitious projects in bifacial technology on an international scale, is currently in development and it is expected that construction work will finalise in 2020. The project shall reach 296 MWp and shall include over 800,000 installed modules, with an annual production estimated at 700,000 MWh, avoiding approximately 345,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year, providing energy to over 350,000 homes. Of the work that Enertis is undertaking for FRV, at three production centres in China, it is worth noting the technical advisory activity (certifications, materials, procedures, etc.), the inspection and review of the production process and the verification of the completion and quality of the bifacial devices, which will act as energy generators at the plant. According to Vicente Parra, Director of Quality and Technology at Enertis, “the production and verification of the performance of the bifacial solar modules requires a high level of knowledge and understanding as well as being up to date with this technology, ever more present in the market. We are very happy to continue to advise and collaborate with FRV as it is a pioneering company in the use of technology and on such a significant project in terms of size, which allows us to continue to be at the cutting-edge of the application of this technology”. With offices in Mexico since 2012, Enertis has collaborated on over 100 projects in the country, totaling over 8.000 MW.

  • Canadian Solar Australia Pty. trusted Enertis as a Quality Control independent services provider in Queensland, Australia

    Pays: Australie

    Puissance: 55 MW

    Services: Test in situ

    Clients: Canadian Solar

    Enertis, a global consulting and engineering firm specialized in providing technical advisory, engineering, and quality assurance services, has been selected by Canadian Solar Australia Pty. as a Quality Control independent services provider at a Solar Farm located in Queensland, Australia. As part of our role, Enertis performed On-site Testing based on a massive Electroluminescence Inspection to assess the structural integrity of PV modules after being affected by several trackers failure. This makes part of the service of Enertis to be present in any country delivering the highest quality services. Damage Assessment is one of the various types of Quality Control services Enertis is capable to provide in Australia and worldwide.

  • Enertis is appointed the Owner’s Engineer for the first utility-scale solar PV project in Oman

    Pays: Oman

    Puissance: 100 MW

    Services: Ingénierie de la propriété

    Clients: Marubeni

    Enertis, a global engineering consultancy specialized in providing engineering, technical advisory, and quality assurance services, has been appointed the Owner Engineer for the 100MW Amin photovoltaic (PV) solar plant by Amin Renewable Energy Company SAOC. The power plant is located in the Sultanate of Oman, approximately 210 km North East of Thumrait. The Amin solar project has been sponsored by the Japanese-Omani consortium formed by Marubeni Corporation, Oman Gas Company S.A.O.C. and Bahwan Renewable Energy Company LLC after being awarded the contract by the off-taker Petroleum Development Oman LLC (PDO). The solar project, which has a 23-year power purchase agreement (PPA), will supply power for PDO’s interior operations and is one of the world’s first utility-scale PV project to have an oil and gas company as the sole wholesale buyer of energy. Enertis has been involved since the design phase of the project and is interfacing the relationship with the EPC contractor on behalf of Amin Renewable Energy Company. Specifically, Enertis is leading and monitoring every technical-related aspect, especially focusing on the approval of the detail design for the project. Enertis has also deployed an experienced on-site team to supervise the construction activities, ensure the compliance of the contractual obligations and verify the quality of the works. The project is already under construction and the Commercial Operation Date is scheduled for May 2020. “It is always a great challenge and honor to support projects with this dimension and participate in a pioneer project working for an experienced consortium such as Amin Renewable Energy Company SAOC.” said Pablo Filgueira, Head of Engineering and Construction Management at Enertis. “We believe in the potential of this market and we have the intention to consolidate our presence in the Middle East region showing the capacity of the Enertis team” added Pablo Filgueira.

  • Enertis, IES and UNEF train engineers and technicians to boost the development of photovoltaic energy in Tunisia

    Pays: Tunisie

    Puissance: N.A.

    Services: Coopération internationale

    Clients: Société Tunisienne de l'Electricité et du Gas (STEG)

    Enertis, a specialist in the provision of consulting, engineering and quality control assurance in renewable energy projects on a global scale, has completed, in collaboration with the Instituto de Energía Solar (IES, the Institute for Solar Energy) and the Unión Española Fotovoltaica (UNEF, the Spanish Photovoltaic Union), a program for technical training for the employees of Societé Tunisienne de I’Electricité du Gaz (STEG). Encompassed within a framework of development and international cooperation, the project caters directly to the need to introduce a sustainable energy environment in the African country. The training, which has taken place over the course of 10 weeks, had as its aim to provide basic skills to engineers and technicians at STEG in the solar photovoltaic field, in order to develop future projects in Tunisia. The collaboration between Enertis, IES and UNEF has led to a full program with experts from the photovoltaic sector, who have taught the participants about the development, design, construction, launch, use and maintenance of photovoltaic plants. In addition, Enertis provided a training photovoltaic system of 2,0kWn for the technicians and engineers from STEG to learn and train on. This testing ground has been installed at the site of STEG in Tunisia and its installation was accompanied by specific and practical training regarding its use. Santos García Muñoz, Managing Director of the Enertis Group highlighted: “at Enertis we are thrilled to be able to collaborate on these kinds of projects which contribute to the technical development of talent in the international sector. Our commitment to innovation, training and implantation of technological advances in the markets where we operate is firm and we are committed to continue working in this way together with our allies in the sector who share our common goals”. This training program is part of the numerous activities designed by UNEF to support the internationalization of Spanish PV companies. José Donoso, General Manager of UNEF, highlighted: “North African countries offer interesting market opportunities for renewable energy. With this regard, Spanish PV companies are well prepared to contribute to the energy transition of these countries and the generation of clean and competitive energy”.

  • Enertis advised Bankia and Bankinter as Lender’s technical advisor in the financing process of the three new photovoltaic plants

    Pays: Espagne

    Puissance: 112 MW

    Services: Ingénierie indépendante

    Clients: Solarpack Corporacion Tecnologica

    Enertis advised Bankia and Bankinter as Lender’s technical advisor in the financing process via “Project finance” of the three new photovoltaic plants in the province of Seville developed and to be constructed by Solarpack. The Monclova, Pedroso and Peñaflor projects will have a total capacity of 112 MWp and have required financing debt of €59 million. Solarpack was awarded with a total capacity of 100 MWp in the auction of new renewable energy facilities in the summer of 2017. Enertis works as Lender’s technical advisor in the projects having prepared the three technical Due Diligence reports and will continue to work in the construction and commissioning phases of the three projects

  • Enertis provides Independent Engineering services during the financing of the “Los Llanos Solar Forests 1 and 2” in Colombia

    Pays: Colombie

    Puissance: 54.4 MW

    Services: Due Diligence Technique

    Clients: Financiera de Desarrollo Nacional

    Enertis, a specialist in the provision of consulting, engineering and quality control assurance in renewable energy projects on a global scale, is working on the review of the Los Llanos Solar Forests 1 and 2” in Colombia. Both plants, located in the Colombian municipality of Puerto Gaitán, are the first Project Finance approved in the country for Non-Conventional Renewable Energy projects (NCRE). The sponsor, Trina Solar and the financing party, the National Development Financing Entity (Financiera de Desarrollo Nacional), have trusted Enertis to review, evaluate and report on any technical, engineering and operational risks associated with both projects and their possible economic impact on “Los Llanos”, in accordance with international practice and standards. Recently, a second senior loan was approved of 24 billion Colombian pesos (7 million US dollars), which will finance the construction of the solar park “Bosques de los Llanos 2”; a project that is preceded by the approval at the end of May of another loan of the same value for the project “Bosques Solares Los Llanos 1”. The plants shall have a power generation capability of 27.2 MWp each, will be connected to the same substation and will have the same network operator. The sponsor of both projects is the Chinese company Trina Solar Energy España, through its branch Changzhou Trina Solar Energy, the second largest company in the world for the production of solar panels. The approval of the solar park “Bosque de los Llanos 1”, was the first project of Non-Conventional Renewable Energy (NCRE) financed with Project Finance for the country, meaning the financing is made against the project cashflows and not against the balances of the company that executes it. Now, its sister plant “Los Llanos 2”, becomes the second NCRE project financed in this way. Enertis has been working in Colombia since 2016, providing engineering design services or Technical Due Diligence. Up until now, the company has participated in over 1.3GW of projects in the country, having reviewed over 30 plants as an independent engineer in acquisition processes, as well as participating in the first financings of NCRE in Colombia using Project Finance. In Colombia, Enertis has also elaborated engineering designs (conceptual, basic and detailed) for over 350MW worth of projects. Additionally, it has provided services for Property Engineering (Supervision) through the review of engineering designs of construction detail and supervising the building and on-site launch of some of the first utility-scale projects in operation in the country (Yumbo Solar and Bolívar). The Regional Manager for Mexico, Central America and Colombia at Enertis, Alvaro Velasco, points out that the Latinamerican country “has very good growth prospects”, and celebrated the situation of the company having “seen significant interest on the part of local actors and international clients, which is turning into a large volume of very interesting development projects which already surpass 8 GW”.

  • Quality control tests for a solar PV plant in Jordan

    Pays: Jordanie

    Puissance: 50 MW

    Services: Contrôle Qualité

    Clients: Wartsila

    Enertis has been chosen for the provision of independent testing services on-site to PV modules. The scope of QA/QC works included maximun power determination tests on site and calibration of reference modules in Madrid PV Laboratory.

  • Independent engineering and construction monitoring

    Pays: Espagne

    Puissance: 182.5 MW

    Services: Ingénierie indépendante

    Clients: Ardian Infraestructure

    Independent technical advisory in order to analyse the technical due diligence report issued by a 3rd party TA during the financing process. Ardian invested on a PV plant in Seville and required a technical advisor for monitoring the construction of the plant and implementation of the project according to the EPC contract.

  • Quality Control for OPDEnergy

    Pays: Chine

    Puissance: 261 MW

    Services: Contrôle Qualité

    Clients: OPDEnergy

    Enertis provided the quality assurance and quality control (QAQC) services for a supply of PV modules of about 261.6MWp, belonging to a solar PV portfolio composed of six (6) separate projects, located in different regions of Spain. The scope of works included the pre-manufacturing audit, the reference module calibration, production process inspection & test witnessing, pre-shipment acceptance testing and post-shipment acceptance tests at project site.

  • Enertis acts as Independent Engineer in the acquisition and financing of a 580 MW solar PV portfolio in Texas, North Carolina and South Carolina

    Pays: Etats-Unis

    Puissance: 580 MW

    Services: Ingénierie indépendante

    Clients: Cubico

    Enertis, a global consulting and engineering firm for renewable energy and storage projects, has supported Cubico Sustainable Investments in the acquisition and financing of a solar PV portfolio of five projects in Texas, North Carolina and South Carolina. In its role as independent engineer Enertis has supported Cubico concerning the acquisition and financing of the portfolio from Cypress Creek Renewables. The portfolio, in final development stage, comprises five large scale solar projects, ranging from 100 MW to 160 MW. The works performed by Enertis’ team have included so far a full technical due diligence scope and will now continue throughout the construction and commissioning phases of the projects. With three offices in the United States, namely in San Francisco, Raleigh and Jersey City, Enertis’ team in the US accumulates a track-record of over 26 GW of projects solely in North America.  “We are happy to have helped the Cubico team in this effort”, says Iñaki Herrero, Managing Director of Enertis North America. “We are very satisfied with the support the Enertis team has provided in Cubico’s first solar investment in the United States”, says Oliver Alexander, Cubico US Country Head.

  • Acciona Energía collaborates with Enertis’ regarding the quality control of PV modules for ‘Puerto Libertad’ in Mexico, its plants at the ‘Benban’ complex in Egypt and ‘Dymerka’ in Ukraine

    Pays: Chine

    Puissance: 57.2 MW

    Services: Contrôle Qualité

    Clients: Acciona Energía

    Enertis, a global consulting and engineering firm specialised in providing technical advisory, engineering, and quality assurance services in the international renewable energy sector, has been approved by Acciona Energía as principal supplier for quality assurance and quality control services for solar modules, a result of the close and successful collaboration amongst both companies in recent years. Against this background, worth highlighting are the works that Enertis is currently performing for the ‘Puerto Libertad’ project of 404 MWp in Mexico, the three identical photovoltaics plants of the Egyptian solar PV complex ‘Benban’ that accumulate to a total of some 186 MWp, and another three plants of the ‘Dymerka Solar’ complex of 57.2 MWp in Ukraine. The currently ongoing quality control works apply to a total of approximately 2,000,000 multicrystalline silicon PV modules of two tier-1 manufacturers. The PV devices are produced at more than five manufacturing centres in China, where Enertis is present with its team of auditors and laboratory engineers, contributing with its expertise and specialised know-how. These modules are going to be installed, on the one hand, at the ‘Puerto Libertad’ project in Mexico, the biggest in the country, where Acciona Energía has started the construction at the beginning of the year, together with its partner Tuto Energy. Part of the generated electricity will be sold to the Federal Electricity Commission CFE, according to the allocation achieved in the second long-term auction, another part will be sold through a power purchase agreement (PPA) to an industrial off-taker and a third part to the market. The project’s commercial operation commencement is expected for the first quarter of 2019. On the other hand, the second project for which Enertis is providing its modules’ quality control works, are the three photovoltaics plants situated in the ‘Benban’ solar complex in Egypt, that will sell the generated electricity under a long-term power purchase agreement (PPA) to the public utility EETC. Those plants, co-owned by 50% by Acciona Energía and the Saudi Swicorp, are expected to start their commercial operation in the first quarter of 2019. Moreover, the third project for which those works are currently ongoing are three solar photovoltaic plants in Ukraine – ‘Dymerka II, III and IV’ –, fully owned by Acciona Energía, that are currently under construction and expected to start their commercial operation during the second quarter of 2019. Enertis has been involved from the very beginning of the projects, rendering support for the definition of the technical specifications of the module supply agreements, validating new module technologies and the factories to be eventually used for the supplies. Concerning the manufacturing process itself, it is worth mentioning that Enertis in its role as independent entity is every day with its local inspectors present at the manufacturing centres to assure the correct fulfilment of the agreed requirements and according to international quality standards, key in a context of tighter and tighter margins, to mitigate risks. “We are proud to have the chance to keep working with Acciona Energía and contribute with our technical experience to their projects all over the world”, says Dr Vicente Parra, Head of Quality Innovation and Technology at Enertis.

  • Enertis accompanies the construction of Celsia’s second photovoltaic plant in Colombia

    Pays: Colombie

    Puissance: 8.1 MW

    Services: Ingénierie de la propriété

    Clients: Celsia

    Enertis has participated in more than 20 projects in several development and construction stages in Colombia, by providing its technical due diligence or engineering services to developers. The cumulative expertise in the country already exceeds 600 MW. Enertis strengthens its position in the Colombian market with the supervision of the construction of Celsia’s second photovoltaic plant of 8.06 MW in Bolivar. Celsia, the energy division of Grupo Argos, already allocated Enertis the supervision of the construction of the solar plant  ‘Yumbo solar’, the first utility-scale solar PV facility in the country that has been connected to the grid, with more than 3,500 modules and a total energy production enough to supply 8,000 households.  After this collaboration, Enertis has been chosen again as Owner’s Engineer for the new plant that will be constructed in the department of Bolivar. The Bolivar solar plant is the second utility-scale project to be constructed by Celsia in the country and is part of its growth plan concerning the non-conventional renewable energy sector in Colombia. Amongst the tasks to be performed by Enertis will be a review of the detailed engineering , the verification of material and stipulated equipment supplies for the plant as well as the supervision of electric, civil and health and security aspects during the construction and commissioning of the plant. Those activities are going to be carried out by a team of experts with different technical backgrounds who will take care of back office as well as on-site works, the latter in direct collaboration with personnel of Celsia with the final aim to share knowledge. This project contributes to the growth and consolidation of Enertis in Colombia, after more than two years working in the country and opening a permanent office in 2017. So far, the team of Enertis in Colombia has participated in more than 20 different projects in several development and construction stages, such as technical due diligence processes or engineering services to developers in different areas throughout the country.  The expertise in Colombia already exceeds an accumulated power of 600 MW. In the last years Colombia has taken several measures to integrate non-conventional renewable energy sources in the national energy mix. After the introduction in 2014 of the law 1715, which regulates some incentives for those projects, the national Commission for the Regulation of Energy and Gas (Creg) has approved the resolution 030 that allows small energy producers to generate energy for self-consumption purposes and sell their energy surplus. Furthermore, the Colombian Ministry of Mines and Energy introduced in March 2018 the decree 570 that sets the basis for a regulatory framework for the publication of a mechanism for long term non-renewable energy contracting. It is expected that this decree will turn out into an imminent publication of the rules for the announcement of a large-scale auction. This auction is expected to allocate between 1 GW and 1.5 GW of power. About 5 GW of solar and wind projects are currently registered by the national Mining and Energy Planning Unit (UPME)  as being under development in Colombia.

  • EPC selection process for two PV projects

    Pays: Pays-Bas

    Puissance: 10.5

    Services: Ingénierie de la propriété

    Clients: Vattenfall

    Vattenfall has required an experience consultant from Enertis to assist them during the EPC selection process for two ready-to-build PV projects in the Netherlands of 3.5MW and 7MW.

  • Detailed Engineering Services for two 375MW solar PV projects in Saudi Arabia

    Pays: Arabie Saoudite

    Puissance: 750 MW

    Services: Ingénierie de la propriété

    Clients: Larsen & Toubro Limited

    Enertis has performed the Detail Engineering Services required for the execution of two projects, of 375 MWp each, located in Sudair, Saudi Arabia and shall be part of a bigger Solar Park of 3,000 MWp. The works included the detail engineering, RfP for main equipment, back office services during the construction and local standardization adaptation, site visits and as-builts acceptance.

  • Independent Engineering

    Pays: Etats-Unis

    Puissance: 220 MW

    Services: Ingénierie indépendante

    Clients: Confidentiel

    Enertis has provided, a technical due diligence for financing and investment purposes of several portfolios of distributed generation and small utility scale solar photovoltaic assets in the US . The installed power capacity of the sites ranges from 500 kW up to 5 MW. The works performed by Enertis’ team have included engineering reviews, energy production estimations, performance analysis, site visits, commissioning and acceptance reviews.

  • Technical due diligence for the acquisition of a portfolio composed of 25 solar PV projects

    Pays: Ukraine

    Puissance: 230 MW

    Services: Ingénierie indépendante

    Clients: VR Global Partners, L.P.

    Enertis has performed a technical due diligence for the acquisition of a portfolio composed of 22 operational and 3 greenfield solar PV projects across Ukraine. The scope of works were comprised, among others, of the following tasks: energy yield assessment, operational performance evaluation, in-force guarantees and assessment of main counterparty, financial model review and plant inspection.

  • Ellomay

    Pays: Espagne

    Puissance: 300 MW

    Services: Conseiller Technique

    Clients: Ellomay

  • Actis

    Pays: Uruguay

    Puissance: 59 MWp

    Services: Contrôle Qualité

    Clients: Actis

  • PV Lab, El Romero Solar

    Pays: Chili

    Puissance: 246 MWp

    Services: Test in situ

    Clients: Acciona

  • Terraform Power

    Pays: Royaume-Uni

    Puissance: 365 MW

    Services: Conseiller Technique

    Clients: Vortex (EFG Hermes)

  • Solarpack

    Pays: Chili et Inde

    Puissance: 120 MWp

    Services: Contrôle Qualité

    Clients: Solarpack

  • Acciona 118 MW

    Pays: Chine

    Puissance: 118 MW

    Services: Contrôle Qualité des Modules PV

    Clients: Acciona

  • China- Renovalia

    Pays: Chine

    Puissance: 6 MW

    Services: Contrôle Qualité

    Clients: Renovalia Energy

  • DD-UK

    Pays: Royaume-Uni

    Puissance: 1.39 + 2.8 MW AC

    Services: Due Diligence Technique

    Clients: Green Power Partners

  • Horus

    Pays: Guatemala

    Puissance: 80 MW (50+30)

    Services: Ingénierie de la propriété

    Clients: Grupo Onyx

  • Horus I

    Pays: Amérique Centrale

    Puissance: 50 MW

    Services: Ingénierie de la propriété

    Clients: Confidentiel

  • IE-Chile

    Pays: Chili

    Puissance: 130 MW

    Services: Ingénierie indépendante

    Clients: Confidentiel

  • India

    Pays: Inde

    Puissance: 20 MW

    Services: Supervision des tests de mise en service

    Clients: Mahindra EPC

  • Isolux-China

    Pays: Chine

    Puissance:

    Services: Contrôle Qualité des Modules PV

    Clients: Isolux Corsán

  • Italia-Gestamp

    Pays: Italie

    Puissance: 38 MW

    Services: Test in-situ avec Laboratoire PV Mobile

    Clients: Gestamp Solar

  • OPIC-Perú

    Pays: Perou

    Puissance: 40 MW

    Services: Conseiller technique du prêteur

    Clients: OPIC

  • Prieska-South Africa

    Pays: Afrique du Sud

    Puissance: 86 MW

    Services: Ingénierie de la propriété

    Clients: Sonnedix-Mulilo

  • PV Lab-Lightsource

    Pays: Royaume-Uni

    Puissance: 5 MW

    Services: Test in-situ avec Laboratoire PV Mobile

    Clients: Lightsource

  • Quality Control-Acciona

    Pays: Chine

    Puissance: 247 MWp

    Services: Contrôle Qualité

    Clients: Acciona

  • South Africa-Sishen

    Pays: Afrique du Sud

    Puissance: 94.3 MW

    Services: Procédure de mise en service et Contrôle Qualité des Modules PV

    Clients: Acciona

  • USA-25 MW

    Pays: Etats-Unis

    Puissance: 25 MW

    Services: Vérification Technique des actifs

    Clients: Confidential