GE, Inogen and Sertavul to make first mongrel Wind Solar design in Turkey
GE and its indigenous result mate Inogen have been named by Sertavul to make one of the first mongrel Wind Solar systems in Turkey. The factory is composed of a 32 MW wind ranch commissioned in 2020 that will be integrated with a 30 MW solar factory.
Adding solar to the wind ranch will enable an overall advanced capacity factor and vacuity for the factory while delivering dispatchable renewable energy into the grid, since the sun shines during the day and the wind frequently blows explosively at night.
Prakash Chandra, Renewable mongrels CEO, GE, said “ This design is another stepping- gravestone for the growth of cold-blooded power shops in Turkey. The design will help accelerate Turkey’s energy transition by optimizing scarce structure and perfecting capacity factor of an being factory, enabling intelligent dispatch of power and supporting our client Sertavul to deliver further renewable energy. ”
Sertavul’s Chairman of the BoardMr. Kemal TAŞ stated “ We’re proud to have enforced the first mongrel design in Turkey with the cooperation of Sertavul, GE and Inogen. In recent times, investments in renewable energy sources for clean energy have increased worldwide. With this design, we aim to contribute to our country by using renewable energy sources to increase energy effectiveness and reduce air pollution. We plan to increase our energy product with the support we admit from our mates. ”
Ali Murat SOYDAN, CEO, Inogen, said “ We’re veritably pleased to be a result mate in one of the most important systems of our country and the world under the leadership of GE. We believe that there’s a great mongrel eventuality in our country. Then, our most important point is our capability to apply systems veritably snappily with original product. We’re presently constructing and commissioning further than 4 MW solar power shops per day under the GE structure. It’s a great fiscal advantage to our mates that we work with in these systems. ”
Inogen will perform point conditioning and deliver the sun tracking systems that will help increase the total energy product of the power factory.
For the solar factory, GE will deliver seven FLEXINVERTER solar power conversion units. This design is the first installation of GE’s4.7 MW solar result worldwide. GE formerly delivered1.3 GW of its FLEXINVERTER technology in Turkey.
GE’s FLEXINVERTER is an intertwined containerized result that combines a solar inverter, medium voltage power motor, and an voluntary MV Ring Main Unit, all integrated in a standard 20- bases ISO high cell vessel. The technology is a smart result that helps deliver a dependable, cost-effective, plug and play, plant- integrated power conversion platform for mileage scale solar and storehouse operations. It helps reduce capital and operation costs and insure a further dependable factory performance.
The FLEXINVERTER is a crucial element of GE’s Renewable mongrels FLEX portfolio that includes the FLEXRESERVOIR and the FLEXIQ technologies. The FLEXRESERVOIR is a systems integrated battery energy storehouse and power electronics result for multiple configurations and request operations. FLEXIQ is a digital platform that provides design, operation, and line operation results to enable grid compliance and maximize continuance client value.