$17 Million in Energy Construction Project

In Panama, a 71,976 Kwp solar plant will be built on a usable area of 75 hectares, requiring 12 inverters and 04 transformers distributed in modules.

Monday, May 16, 2022

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"In Chiriqui, the construction of a photovoltaic solar plant with a capacity of 71,976 KWp and an interconnection of 60 thousand KWn is foreseen.

The available area is 144 hectares and 7,903 square meters, of this, only 75 hectares and 6,152 square meters will be used to carry out the photovoltaic solar energy project.

The project consists of the installation of a photovoltaic generator, formed by the electrical interconnection in series and parallel of a certain number of photovoltaic modules. The photovoltaic modules are responsible for transforming the sun's energy into electrical energy, generating a direct current proportional to the solar irradiation received.

Some of the components required to implement the project:

* Four transformers with nominal power 2,850 KVA.
* Twelve inverters with rated power @50°C 2,550 kWac.
* Modules with power 550 Wdc.

Characteristics of the modules:
* Brand: Jinko Solar.
* Model: JKM560M-72HL4-BDV.
* Maximum nominal power: Pn =560 Wp.
* Voltage at maximum power point: Vmp = 41,70 V.
* Current at the maximum power point: Imp = 13.45 A.
* Short-circuit current: Isc = 14,13 A.
* Open circuit voltage: Voc = 50.7 V.
* Efficiency: 21.68%.
* Dimension length: 2,278 mm.
* Width dimension: 1,134 mm.
* Dimension thickness: 30 mm.
* Dimension weight: 32 kg.

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