2013 / USA


Photovoltaic solar energy plant built in the Californian town of Lancaster under the incentive programme CREST (California Renewable Energy Small Tariff) The project consists of two twin 1.5MW AC plants, with total peak power of 3.62MW. It was built in complete EPC mode, with a 240W polycrystalline plate mounted on a fixed structure designed and manufactured by TSK. It is the first photovoltaic plant built by TSK with inverters based on a bipolar configuration, and with internal communications using a wireless system. The plant was connected to the grid and commissioned in July 2013.