- Risen Energy has recently announced a 117 Mw solar Pv project in Mexico.
- The project marks the solar panel maker’s formal entry into the build-out phase in Mexico.
- The project comes on the back of a recently announced signing of a 323MW PV module supply contract in the Ukraine.
- Risen Energy sold 5 Gigawatts of modules in 2018. Read more
- The company has moved up Bloomberg’s Top 10 Tier one list to number three in the world.
Risen Energy Company Ltd, a Top 10 Tier 1 Bloomberg rated solar module manufacturer from China, has announced that company’s 117MW project in Mexico has broken ground. This marks the solar panel maker’s formal entry into the build-out phase in Mexico.
Risen Energy’s comprehensive capabilities including superior brand recognition and the efficiency of its production capacity were the key factors that led to the firm being able to secure the contract to build the large-scale PV power station in Mexico.
With a total installed capacity of 117MW, the facility is expected to supply 269,068MWh of green electricity to Mexico annually. After a detailed field analysis and survey, Risen Energy, the PV module supplier and EPC contractor for the project, will provide high-efficiency modules with multiple advantages including high output rate, high power generation rate and high temperature resistance, assuring that the facility can effectively adapt to the area’s complex and changeable climatic environment.
The Mexican project comes on the back of a recently announced signing of a 323MW PV module supply contract for a project of DTEKRenewables B.V. holding company, consolidating renewable energy assets of DTEK B.V., the largest private energy company in Ukraine for their third project investment in the solar energy sector.
Risen Energy will provide all the modules required for the 240 MWac (323 MWdc) PV Pokrovskaya SPP project. According to Risen Energy, the project, built as the largest solar powerstation in Ukraine, is expected to provide a significant contribution to reach Ukraine’s Energy targets in RES and create significant economic and social benefits for the region.
Risen Energy solar modules are also so available in Africa. The company is well positioned to capitalize on the high growth rate in solar projects on the continent. Read more
Risen Energy sold 5 Gigawatts of modules in 2018. Read more
The company has moved up Bloomberg’s Top 10 Tier one list to number three in the world.
Author: Bryan Groenendaal