Fimer supplies inverters for Ayodhya’s 40 MW solar PV plant

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Fimer, a global energy solutions provider, has supplied its cutting-edge 5 MVA inverters to Jakson Green for the 40 MW Ayodhya solar PV project, developed by NTPC Green Energy Ltd. Jakson provided a total of 104,580 solar panels for the project.

Ayodhya, the spiritual epicentre of Uttar Pradesh, is poised to become the first solar city in the state, blending spirituality with sustainable energy endeavours. It is set to host the inauguration of the Shri Ram Temple, a significant Hindu religious site, on Jan. 22, 2024.

Spearheaded by the Uttar Pradesh New and Renewable Energy Department (UPNEDA), the 40 MW solar power plant is scheduled to be fully operational in 2024. Currently, 15 MW of the project is already commissioned, spanning across two sites in Rampur Halwara and Sarairasi.

Fimer supplied PVS980-58 central inverters for this project. These inverters are tailored for large PV power plants.

“With a high DC input voltage, proven components, and a modular design, FIMER inverters ensure a rapid return on investment. The inverters’ advanced features, including precise system control, maximum power point tracking (MPPT), and a self-contained cooling system, contribute to maximizing energy yield and revenue for end-users. Advanced grid support features include active power limitation, fault ride through (FRT) with current feed-in and reactive power control,” stated Fimer.

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