Kintech Engineering was contracted to supply all the solar monitoring stations throughout the solar park. For this project a total of 6 met stations were supplied.
All the solar met stations are equipped with the EOL Zenith data logger using our Modbus communication module for integration into the solar park SCADA system. A variety of sensors for measuring the plane-of-array were also supplied and installed.
The solar park consists of two solar plants called Solem I and Solem II respectively, two electrical substations and a 6.6 km 230 kV electric transmission line that connects both substations to the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE). The total costs of the project amount to around 368 million dollars. The size of the solar farm is approximately 350MW.
The project, which was selected in the energy auction carried out by the Mexican government in September 2016, received a 20-year PPA from the National Center for Energy Control.
For more information about this projects or to discuss any of your upcoming projects, please contact Daniel Garcia, our Senior Manager in our Solar Department.
Contact details: Daniel García, Senior Manager, Solar Resource | P: +34 976 221 789 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org | S: danikintech