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GE and Construtora Quebec partner to build solar power plant in Brazil

  • 8 months ago (2018-09-07)
  • David Flin
Latin America 21 Solar 77

GE Power has been chosen by EPC Construtora Quebec, a Brazilian engineering company, to provide its 4.4 MW and 2.2 MW LV5 1500 V inverters and skids for the 14 MW Verde Vale III solar power project in Guanambi, Brazil. This project is owned by Vientos Solutions, an owner and operator of energy infrastructure assets in emerging markets.

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GE will provide full service to EPC Construtora Quebec, managing the assembling, commissioning, and maintenance to guarantee optimal performance and durability of the full electrical balance of plant, including inverter stations, high-voltage transformers, substations, and connection bay.

Scott Wells, CEO of Construtora Quebec, said: “Having the right, reliable partner is crucial in today’s increasingly competitive solar industry. In the Vale Verde III project, GE’s highly efficient solar solution ensures us a solar project that will have reduced capex and opex, allowing us to create real value for the plant’s long-term performance.”