In order to fit the plant’s Japanese TMEIC (Toshiba Mitsubishi-Electric Industrial Systems Corporation) 250 kW solar inverter seamlessly into the overall plant communication concept, skytron energy specially developed a new data-exchange interface for their real-time data logging and monitoring system. In this way, their extensive range of compatible inverters is to be kept in line with the fast developing market for photovoltaic systems in the Middle and Far East.
The plant’s energy production and equipment status are permanently displayed and supervised using skytron energy’s PVGuard control room platform. This multi-site, multi-vendor SCADA software allows remote plant supervision and O&M management, and is available for the integration of any future renewable energy plants envisaged for the region. In addition, the power production and the environmental benefits of the new Kuwaiti plant are demonstrated on an eye-catching display unit in the lobby hall of the Main Tower.
“skytron energy, more known for their involvement in solar projects of utility scale, have always loyally accompanied us in our renewable energy projects - even with training sessions in their Berlin-based training centre. For the Kuwait project, they impressed us with their readiness to develop a new interface so that we could use the Mitsubishi inverter with their monitoring system”, confirms Ayham Mkalalati, Business Development Manager of Enviromena Power Systems.
About skytron energy
skytron energy has been developing integrated monitoring, control and supervision systems since 1977. Now one of the leading suppliers in the industry, specializing in utility-scale and commercial power plants, it has installed monitoring and control systems in more than 600 plants with a total capacity of over 4.5 GWp. The company’s core competencies are plant condition monitoring, power plant control, remote plant supervision, system migration of existing power plants, operation & maintenance, and PV asset management. skytron energy is headquartered in Berlin, Germany, and has operations in Plano, Texas; Santiago, Chile; Cape Town, South Africa; Bangalore, India; Singapore and Beijing, China. As a technology leader, skytron energy has received a number of prestigious awards, such as the highly coveted InterSolar Award for the “PVGuard” Supervision Platform and for the “StringGuard” string current measurement system.
Berlin, Germany, November 6, 2013 – skytron energy, one of the world’s leading developers of monitoring, control and supervision systems for renewable energy power plants, has been awarded a 50 MWp photovoltaic project by LSG Building Solutions, a major Romanian EPC company for utility-scale renewable energy projects.
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