SMM Network News: recently, a number of trucks carrying solar power 1500V photovoltaic system solutions left the Sunshine Industrial Park and were officially sent to Vietnam. They will be applied to the 350MW photovoltaic project in Luning, Vietnam, which is built by China Power Construction and is the largest photovoltaic project in Southeast Asia and is scheduled to be connected to the grid by the end of the year.
Nowadays, "cheap access to the Internet" is becoming a development trend in Vietnam. Sunshine Power supply continues to optimize the program to match customer needs, providing a 1500V 6.25MW overall solution for the project. The system uses a 40-foot container design and highly integrated inverter, medium voltage transformer and ring network cabinets and other equipment to facilitate transportation, installation and reduce system investment and operation and maintenance costs.
Because the project needs to be connected to the grid in "1230" and the period of construction and acceptance is short, the system adopts the original function of self-built microgrid and establishes local Electroweb through inverter to debug and eliminate defects in advance, shorten the debugging cycle, and generate electricity early and benefit early. In view of the weakness of Electroweb in Vietnam, making use of the reactive power capacity of the inverter, there is no need to install special reactive power compensation equipment to better respond to the reactive power dispatching needs of Electroweb and support the stable operation of Electroweb.
With high-quality products, localized services and industrial chain, solar photovoltaic system solutions not only show their skills in large surface power stations in Vietnam, but also are widely used in household, industrial and commercial application scenarios, and the market share ranks first. Won the consistent trust and praise of the local market.
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