Suntech 27MW PV modules come into full operation at Shell’s first large scale photovoltaic project built by Biosar

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ROTTERDAM, Netherlands, March 18, 2019 — Moerdijk is one of the largest petrochemical production sites in Europe, and Moerdijk Solar Park is one of the largest solar parks in the Netherlands. The modules in the park were installed by one of the leading solar EPC contractors Biosar Energy (UK) Limited, member of AKTOR Group. With over 12 years of successful cooperation with Suntech, Biosar has engineered, procured, constructed and operated GW’s of PV power plants, including some of the industry’s benchmarks, such as the one in Moerdijk. Moerdijk Solar Park has been designed with 76,000 high efficiency, monocrystalline, half-cell solar modules delivered by Suntech. Suntech’s leading technology solar modules arrived at the Port of Rotterdam last September and are now generating approximately 27 megawatts of peak capacity for Shell’s Moerdijk Solar Park, equivalent to the energy consumption by 9,000 Dutch households. It is reported that all the solar modules in the Solar Park have performed excellently in circuit optimization and internal loss reduction, which is attributed to the constant pursuit of excellent quality by the company that demands all manufactured modules must undergo multiple strict tests to ensure the on-site steady and safe performance.

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