GoodWe Chosen as Preferred Inverter Brand for the ‘Most Powerful Solar Power Output From a Sports Stadium” Project

  • The solar power plant installed on the roof of the Ali Sami Yen Sports Complex Nef Stadium by Enerjisa Enerji received a Guinness World Records™ title ”most powerful solar power output from a sports stadium” in terms of installed capacity and went down in history, in Istanbul, Turkey. 
  • The stadium is home to Turkish football club, Galatasaray. 
  • The utility scale GoodWe 120kW HT series inverter was the inverter chosen for this award winning 4.2MW rooftop solar project. 
  • GoodWe is a world-leading PV inverter and energy storage systems manufacturer listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange.
  • The company has more than 3,000 employees located in 20 different countries and a team of over 600 engineers working at its R&D centers to continuously optimize and advance energy storage technology.

Enerjisa used 36 pieces of GoodWe’s 120kW HT series inverters for this solar power plant with an installed capacity of 4.2MW on the roof of the Ali Sami Yen Sports Complex Nef Stadium.

Becoming a part of this special project represents that GoodWe is taking another big step in creating a new era of intelligent energy. GoodWe is committed to continuously providing add-value service to its customers and move the world forward towards carbon neutrality by reshaping new energy.

4.2MW on the roof of the Ali Sami Yen Sports Complex Nef Stadium. Image credit: GoodWe

Ersin Esentürk, Deputy Chairman of the Enerjisa Customer Solutions Inc., made the following statements. “As Enerjisa, we continue to bring our technology and sustainability-oriented products together with our customers under the umbrella of “Energy of My Business”. In this context, our priority is to contribute to our country, our customers and our nature. I would like to state that we are pleased to work with GoodWe as the inverter supplier of the project, while signing one of the most important collaborations with Galatasaray, which I think will have a multiplier effect in the sector. I wish that our agreement will be beneficial for Enerjisa, GoodWe and our country.”

“The reliability and quality of our products are of primary importance for us. We are proud to be able to supply our high-quality solar system inverters to one of the leading energy solution providers in Turkey and thus further advance the energy transition,” said Ron Shen, VP International Sales & Services at GoodWe.

The GoodWe HT-Series

The new HT-Series seamlessly incorporate different sets of technical strengths intended to achieve higher savings in the installation, enhancing productivity and diversifying the monitoring options available, taking as well safety to the maximum possible level in accordance with the most demanding national standards. This utility scale solar inverter also introduces innovations and technological flexibilities that make it highly compelling as a viable utility option. The result of all this extensive list of advantages is a well-conceived, harmonious, technologically advanced and asset owner-centered inverter that is also pleasant to see.

The GoodWe team expects that the HT-Series can be considered as a supply option for new utility and C&I projects all over the world and that it not only meet but exceeds our customers’ expectations.

Sor sales enquiries on the Arican continent contacy email:  sales.africa@goodwe.com or call +27 01 055 3164.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

 

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