Calama Solar (Chile), built by Solarpack and equipped with Ingeteam technology
  • The supply is split between five PV plants located in Spain and Chile.

Ingeteam has signed a framework agreement with the Spanish company Solarpack, by means of which both companies have agreed to supply 200 megawatts of the Ingeteam Inverter Station solution to solar plants in Spain and Chile.

The signing of this agreement is the fruit of the good relationship between both companies, which commenced more than ten years ago. As well as the supply of equipment, the contract also includes its commissioning at the destination plants.

Ingeteam’s Inverter Stations, in both the Skid and Skidless versions, include not only the photovoltaic inverters with 1500V technology, but also all the other components required to convert the DC electricity produced by the solar panels to AC, and from low voltage to medium voltage (transformer, switchgear, etc.). This solution is capable of supplying up to 7.2 MW in medium voltage.

Calama Solar (Chile), built by Solarpack and equipped with Ingeteam technology

Moreover, Ingeteam will also supply its PPC (Power Plant Controller) system for each of the five solar plants coming within the framework agreement.

This supply of equipment is split between the three solar plants in Chile and two plants in Spain, which are currently being built.

About the Ingeteam group: Ingeteam is an international group specializing in power and control electronics (inverters, frequency converters, controllers and protections) and electrical engineering and automation projects. Its range of products includes generators and electric motors, as well as Indar submersible pumps. It completes its products and systems portfolio with operation & maintenance services.

Ingeteam develops its products for the following sectors: wind, PV, hydro and fossil fuel power generation; metal processing industry; marine; rail traction; power grid, including substations, covering transmission and distribution, always striving to optimize power generation and consumption. The Group operates throughout the world, with permanent facilities in 22 countries, employing 3,900 persons. R&D is the backbone of its business activity, in which 5.5% of the company’s turnover is invested annually.

About Solarpack: Solarpack is a multinational specializing in the development, construction, and operation of large-scale solar photovoltaic projects. It is present in fast-growing markets in Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia, and Africa. Since it was founded in 2005, the Company has developed PV solar energy plants that represent a total capacity of 529 MW and has also built 200 MW in the EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) turnkey mode. The Company is currently generating energy through 11 projects that a total of 252 MW in Spain, Chile, Peru, and India. Furthermore, Solarpack operates and maintains 13 plants with a total of 160 MW and provides asset management services for a total of 302 MW for own and third-party projects. Based in Getxo, Spain, Solarpack has a diversified geographical presence with its own teams in 10 countries.