New solar projects in Netherlands and Spain

10/29/18, 11:04 AM -

DMEGC Solar Energy signed a 200 MW module supply contract with EPC company Sunstroom Engineering from the Netherlands.

Sunstroom Engineering is currently building a 40 MW solar park in Ooltgensplaat in the Netherlands with 132.000 pieces DMEGC modules 285 W mono.
Sunstroom Engineering is currently building a 40 MW solar park in Ooltgensplaat in the Netherlands with 132.000 pieces DMEGC modules 285 W mono.

For the present five solar parks are planned with a capacity of each 20 MW to 30 MW.  The intention is to continue the portfolio to grow to 600 MW. Start of construction for the first  solar park is scheduled to take place next spring. The solar parks will be built in Spain 200 km south of Madrid.

370W PERC solar modules for projects in Spain

According to Erik Das of DMEGC Solar, Sales Director Netherlands, for this project DMEGC Solar will deliver solar modules with minimum 370 W, 72 cells and latest PERC technology.

Sunstroom Engineering is currently building a 40 MW solar park in Ooltgensplaat in the Netherlands with 132.000 pieces DMEGC modules 285 W mono. At the end of November, due to the good weather the solar park will be connected to the national grid two month earlier than planned.

DMEGC Solar Energy  is manufacturer of ingots, wafers, cells and solar modules with an annual cell capacity of 1.6GW and 800 MW of solar modules. DMEGC Solar Energy is part of DMEGC Magnetics and both are part of the Chinese private enterprise Hengdian Group with more than 50,000 employees in various industries sectors and a total turnover of nearly 10 billion USD.

Currently, the focus of production is on mono PERC, half-cut, glass-to-glass and bi-facial modules. DMEGC Solar produces not only high-quality solar modules but it is also a financially healthy company which according to the Altmann Score is among the financially strongest module manufacturers worlwide. (HCN)

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More useful information

https://www.pveurope.eu/News/Markets-Money/CCL-expands-business-in-the-Netherlands

https://www.pveurope.eu/News/Markets-Money/Boosting-solar-project-business-in-the-Netherlands

https://www.pveurope.eu/News/Markets-Money/Spain-Government-suspends-controversial-7-solar-power-tax

https://www.pveurope.eu/News/Solar-Generator/170-MW-subsidy-free-PV-plant-in-Spain