Ingeteam solar inverters deployed in North Macedonia – Energy Global
North Macedonia’s first large-scale photovoltaic (PV) plant is already under construction and nearing completion. The Oslomej solar project, financed by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), was built in Kichevo and is equipped with eight Ingeteam solar inverters of 1400 kW each.
This PV installation is the first phase of a larger project that includes the construction of hundreds of megawatts of PV power plants to be announced in the coming months. This first phase, with 11.7 MW of installed capacity, was built by Europower Solar, which belongs to the Turkish group Girisim Elektrik AS
Recently, executives from the EBRD and the national public utility ESM visited the facility to review the progress of the project, which is already well advanced.
Future PV systems to be developed at this site to complete the project pipeline will be built on a former coal mine.
The Oslomej project is an important milestone for North Macedonia as it marks the country’s government’s firm commitment to the energy transition towards a cleaner generation model, as reflected in the Energy Law passed by the government in December 2020.
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