Utility-Scale PV Power Plant

Revolution in utility-scale PV power

For many years solar PV has been defined by its typical Engineering-Procurement-Construction (EPC) process. Today RV Renewable Energy is challenging this old-fashioned principle with Engineering-Procurement-Installation (EPI) – a new PV power realization process focused on quick and resource-saving installation. The PEG unit is based on EPI and sets new standards in solar power generation. The system was formed with a simple goal in mind: create a power unit to deliver electricity at lowest possible Levelized Costs of Energy (LCOE), with best in class technologies, reliability and large volume scalability. The PEG unit significantly reduces both substructure supply and delivery, as well as installation costs

Utility Scale benefits vs. other Solar PV Systems

Light substructure saves over 65% of the material supply and delivery costs

Simple and fast installation process saves over 50% labour and machine costs

Area utilization of 1.4MWp per hectare with a patented, ground-guided power plant system design

Preserving resources: Over 50% lower raw material usage (steel, cabling)

Ready-to-install package with pre-assembled components delivered in 40ft container units

Higher installation safety and ergonomics through much easier assembly at 0.8 meter height and without overhead working

Application of latest PV module, inverter and 1500V cabling technologies;

upgradeable with battery storage unit RVRE EBU

Improved daytime energy yield

The East-West system orientation allows better generation results over the day with less generation at noon time and more during early morning and later afternoon.

Wide field of Utility Scale Application

Multi-megawatt solar PV projects with main demand to reach lowest LCOE at best area utilization

Commercial, ground-mounted PV systems starting from 10kWp

Suitable for remote locations, where labor and freight costs are high

Adaptable to limited site dimensions, insufficient space or narrow available land, due to the system’s unique area utilization