The ERE SolarValley will offer EPC services for any investors or group that want to develop and realize any size of solar project—from relatively small photovoltaic installations under 1 kW to massive solar parks of over 1 MW. The size of the project does not matter because we give the same high level of industry-leading expertise, project management knowhow and an unwavering dedication to providing the best client experience to each and every client.
Through strategic relationships with name-brand suppliers like Shunda Global and strategic partnerships with established solar panel and inverter manufacturers like Canadian Solar and Platinum Inverters by Diehl AKO, our team promises every client the very best in price, efficiency and reliability that the PV market has to offer.
We will be recruiting two distinct types of clients for the EPC projects at Châteaudun:
These clients will be private homeowners, farmers, and small businesses who are looking to install modest projects on their rooftops.
These projects will involve installations of up to 250 kW in size.
These installations will involve larger, investment-oriented projects and while they might be rooftop installations, they will also include ground-mounted solar parks.
These systems will involve installations of over 250 kW in size.
New Energy Technologies
The showcasing of new energy technologies will be at the forefront of the ERE SolarValley and the following working projects will be constructed:
•The ERE SolarValley will contain a solar installation of 12 MW. Operated by a large French multinational enterprise, the solar plant will occupy approximately 228,000 m2 of terrain and will demonstrate a working photovoltaic installation.
•A portion of the ERESV will also be dedicated to the production of eolic or wind power. The latest in wind energy technology will be utilized to demonstrate the technology while providing power for the complex.
•This outdoor space will be dedicated to the display of different renewable energy products and technologies in an informative and interactive way. These technologies included solar, wind and biomass technologies and they will all be integrated into working systems.
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