World leading solar technology company LONGi announced that it has delivered 101MW reliable and high-efficient bifacial modules to an ultra-large power plant in Chile. The 101 PV project, located at a high altitude in the region of Antofagasta, was developed by Global Power Generation (GPG), a subsidiary of Spain’s Naturgy Energy Group SA.
With 234,696 pieces of LONGi bifacial modules, and 2,829 units of SF7 bifacial trackers from Soltec Renewable Energies, the 101 MW PV power plant will be operating in November 2020. To date, LONGi has manufactured all the modules in the overall contract and delivered them to the project developer GPG.
LONGi signed the module supply contract with Naturgy Energy Group in October 2019. The conclusion of this contract marks a major breakthrough and the beginning of a new era in the development of the PV markets in South America for both parties.