solarfarm

Project Development: Solar Farm

A photovoltaic power station, also known as a solar farm, is a large-scale photovoltaic system (PV system) designed for the supply of merchant power into the electricity grid. They are differentiated from most building-mounted and other decentralised solar power applications because they supply power at the utility level, rather than to a local user or users. They are sometimes also referred to as solar farms or solar ranches, especially when sited in agricultural areas. The generic expression utility-scale solar is sometimes used to describe this type of project. The solar power source is via photovoltaic modules that convert light directly to electricity. However, this differs from, and should not be confused with concentrated solar power, the other large-scale solar generation technology, which uses heat to drive a variety of conventional generator systems. Both approaches have their own advantages and disadvantages, but to date, for a variety of reasons, photovoltaic technology has seen much wider use in the field. As of 2013, PV systems outnumber concentrators by about 40 to 1.

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First Balfour 100 kWp On-Grid


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Ayala Greenfield - 14kWp On-Grid


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6 kVA Off-Grid – Quezon


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6.25 MWp On-Grid


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1.8 Megawatt On-Grid


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Helfenstein 10 kWp On-Grid


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10 KVA Solar Roof-Mount Project PZS


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10 KVA Solar Roof-Mount Project SFAS


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9 kVA Off-Grid Surigao


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2 kVA Off-Grid – Bohol


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15.25 kVA Off-Grid – Rizal


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2 kVA Off-Grid – Quezon


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2 kVA Off-Grid – Cagayan


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7.5 kVA Off-Grid – Palawan


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2 kVA Off-Grid – Negros


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14 kVA Off-Grid – Surigao


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Turnover of solar panels and kits - Tanay, Rizal


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Energization of Six (6) Schools


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Judd Hedricks Elementary School Zambales


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