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Inventux delivers modules for the largest solar farm in Chile
Extreme landscapes, excellent irradiation conditions and vast temperature differences from day to night characterize the Chilean desert located in the north of the country. Here is where the largest solar farm to date in the Andean nation of South America is currently being constructed. The Berlin-based manufacturer of solar modules, Inventux, developed and planned the project in collaboration with its Chilean EPC partner and supplied the thin-film modules to be used in the realization of the project. The local partners are currently carrying out the construction and the installation. "We are very pleased at the opportunity to realize this unique project with our partner and can provide the required support thanks to our years of experience in production and project planning," says Christian Plesser, Managing Director at Inventux Solar Technologies GmbH.
Proven module suitability ‒ proven technological advantages:
Positive experiences gathered through the long-standing supplier relationship with Inventux and the many pilot projects using thin-film modules from Berlin were both decisive factors influencing the selection of Inventux modules for the project. Both the exceptional functionality of the modules and very high specific energy yields could be proven under the extreme ambient conditions on site. "The excellent temperature behavior of our modules in extreme irradiation and high temperatures as well as the simple yet innovative module construction without bulky aluminum framing are especially important factors contributing to superb and reliable results," Plesser continues.
Further projects to be commenced in the coming months and years in Chile and other Central and South American countries are currently in the planning stages, allowing the "Made in Germany" Inventux modules to continue to contribute to energy supply in these regions, based on highly positive practical experience and the highest standards of quality.
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