Solectria Renewables, a manufacturer of photovoltaic inverters, has reported the selection of its Megawatt Solar Stations for 5 MW True North solar farm situated in Salisbury, Massachusetts.
The True North solar farm is New England’s largest solar installation and Massachusetts’ first direct-to-grid solar farm. Power Partners MasTec awarded the project to Solectria Renewables. Interconnection is recently achieved for the project.
For the True North solar farm, Solectria Renewables supplied 5 MW Solar Stations, of which four stations are 1 MW and the fifth is 750 kW. Each Megawatt Solar Station is skid mounted and features a factory wired 22.9 kV medium voltage transformer as well as switch gear to establish direct connection between the inverters and the grid.
Solectria Renewables’ Director of Business Development, Scott Bowden stated that the company is happy about its selection by Power Partners MasTec to supply photovoltaic inverters for the True North Solar Farm. EPCs such as Power Partners MasTec understand that Solectria Renewables’ inverters demonstrate superior performance, efficiency and reliability. Massachusetts offers some of the best solar incentives and initiatives in the country and has tremendous potential for solar installations and farms.
Mastec Renewables’ Group President, Kevin Taylor commented that the company assessed numerous inverter manufacturers for this project and ultimately identified that Solectria Renewables was the logical choice because of its personalized service, better technical solutions and expertise in large scale direct-to-grid projects. Solectria Renewables also had the high-efficiency products and low cost per installed watt when compared to all other inverter companies assessed.