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    83MW Solar Photovoltaic Power Plants

    Description

    L#20230494

    Kazakhstan has been actively working to develop and expand its renewable energy sector. The country possesses significant potential for renewable energy sources, particularly wind and solar power, due to its vast land area and favourable climatic conditions. Covering an area of 2.724 million square kilometers, the country has the ninth largest territory in the world.

    Kazakhstan has now established around 130 renewable energy facilities, and the country’s potential for green energy generation is huge. Kazakhstan has set an ambitious goal – to reach carbon neutrality by 2060.

    As the largest Central Asian country, Kazakhstan, has a great potential of solar energy. Solar power has a great potential as a renewable energy resource due to sparsely populated large areas and the climatic conditions, especially in southern Kazakhstan with an annual sunshine of 2200 to 3000 hours. During the summer months (June – August), due to its geographical location, the southern part of Kazakhstan receives direct solar radiation for the most of the daylight hours which constitute 83 – 96% of the maximum possible value.

    According to plans by the Ministry of Energy of Kazakhstan, in the region RES projects with a total capacity of 2,615 MW will be implemented until 2025 . In 2021, the total installed capacity of RES in Kazakhstan amounted to 2,010 MW, of which 49 were solar power plants.

    Overview

    The project aims to construct, operate and maintain a 83 MW photovoltaic power generation plant in Turkestan Region, in the South of Kazakhstan. The power plant will use poly-crystalline photovoltaic modules and occupy a 83.20-hectare site. It will be connected to the KEGOC grid by underground transmission lines linked to an existing MV/HV transformer situated nearby from the site.

    The project involves the construction of a cable duct to connect the plant to the electricity transformation station for delivery to the National Energy Transmission Network. Along its entire length, the cable duct will be completely underground.

    The connection of the plant will take place via a 220kV antenna on the new 220kV transformation station which will be interconnected to the NTG (National Transmission Grid) by means of an aerial connection to the electrical substation, located approximately 1.5 km away.

    Keypoints

    Status: Pending – Ready to Build (Diagram Distribution Power under review)
    Denomination: Turkestan I, Kazakhstan
    Number of Panels: 132,000
    Power MWp: 83,160
    Area: 130 Ha approx
    Number of Strings: 6,000
    Number of panels: 132,000
    Rated installed power: 83,20MW
    Number of inverters: W 24
    Inverters typology: SMA Sunny Central 2.060-EV
    DC to AC ratio: 1500V 1.13

    Technical Data

    The Connection User system (IUC) will consist of:

    − A 30/220 kV electrical transformation station which conveys the energy produced by the plant through 30 kV connections and carries out the transformation at the nominal voltage of 220 kV with 2 transformer uprights equipped with TR 30/220 kV of 45 MVA ;

    − A delivery stall at the exit of the 220kV line, for the interconnection in AAT cable towards the electrical station of the NTG, of the transformation station of the planned plant;

    − AAT connection in overhead (or, if necessary, underground) cable duct at 220 kV between the new transformer station and the NTG (section of connection  – SE in the project).

    Electromechanical Connection

    The station will be built in a “single busbar” configuration (three conductors) at 220 kV, with air insulation. The 220kV busbar system will be characterized as shown below.

    • N° 2 stalls available for future expansion;
    • N° 2 TR stalls for the transformation of the energy produced by the photovoltaic system;
    • No. 1 delivery stall.
    • Width of the “HV/MV transformer” type stalls: 14 m;
    • Distance between phases for busbars, equipment and conductors: 3.20 m;
    • Bus axis height: 9.30 m;
    • Height of stall conductors: 5.30 m;

    Nominal Data

    • Rated voltage: 220kV
    • Maximum voltage: 245kV
    • Insulation level at ia: 1050 kV (to earth)
    • Insulation level at fi: 460 kV (to earth)
    • Rated Frequency: 50Hz
    • Cable Output Stall Current Rating: 2000A
    • Transformer Stall Current Rating: 2000A
    • Busbar rated current: 3150 A
    • Rated voltage volumetric circuits: 100 V
    • Rated current of current circuits: 5A
    • DC Auxiliary Supply Voltage: 110V
    • AC Auxiliary Supply Voltage: 230/400V

    Basic Details

    Target Price:

    $10,855,000

    Gross Revenue

    TBD

    EBITDA

    TBD

    Business ID:

    L#20230494

    Country

    Kazakhstan

    Detail

    Business ID:L#20230494
    Property Type:Renewable Energy
    Property Status:For Sale
    Target Price: $10,855,000
    Gross Revenue:TBD
    EBITDA:TBD
    Target Price / Revenue:10855000x
    Target Price / EBITDA:10855000x
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      Kazakhstan has been actively working to develop and expand its renewable energy sector. The country possesses significant potential for renewable energy sources, particularly wind and solar power, due to its vast land area and favourable climatic conditions. Covering an area of 2.724 million square kilometers, the country has the ninth largest territory in the world.

      Kazakhstan has now established around 130 renewable energy facilities, and the country’s potential for green energy generation is huge. Kazakhstan has set an ambitious goal – to reach carbon neutrality by 2060.

      As the largest Central Asian country, Kazakhstan, has a great potential of solar energy. Solar power has a great potential as a renewable energy resource due to sparsely populated large areas and the climatic conditions, especially in southern Kazakhstan with an annual sunshine of 2200 to 3000 hours. During the summer months (June – August), due to its geographical location, the southern part of Kazakhstan receives direct solar radiation for the most of the daylight hours which constitute 83 – 96% of the maximum possible value.

      According to plans by the Ministry of Energy of Kazakhstan, in the region RES projects with a total capacity of 2,615 MW will be implemented until 2025 . In 2021, the total installed capacity of RES in Kazakhstan amounted to 2,010 MW, of which 49 were solar power plants.

      Overview

      The project aims to construct, operate and maintain a 83 MW photovoltaic power generation plant in Turkestan Region, in the South of Kazakhstan. The power plant will use poly-crystalline photovoltaic modules and occupy a 83.20-hectare site. It will be connected to the KEGOC grid by underground transmission lines linked to an existing MV/HV transformer situated nearby from the site.

      The project involves the construction of a cable duct to connect the plant to the electricity transformation station for delivery to the National Energy Transmission Network. Along its entire length, the cable duct will be completely underground.

      The connection of the plant will take place via a 220kV antenna on the new 220kV transformation station which will be interconnected to the NTG (National Transmission Grid) by means of an aerial connection to the electrical substation, located approximately 1.5 km away.

      Keypoints

      Status: Pending – Ready to Build (Diagram Distribution Power under review)
      Denomination: Turkestan I, Kazakhstan
      Number of Panels: 132,000
      Power MWp: 83,160
      Area: 130 Ha approx
      Number of Strings: 6,000
      Number of panels: 132,000
      Rated installed power: 83,20MW
      Number of inverters: W 24
      Inverters typology: SMA Sunny Central 2.060-EV
      DC to AC ratio: 1500V 1.13

      Technical Data

      The Connection User system (IUC) will consist of:

      − A 30/220 kV electrical transformation station which conveys the energy produced by the plant through 30 kV connections and carries out the transformation at the nominal voltage of 220 kV with 2 transformer uprights equipped with TR 30/220 kV of 45 MVA ;

      − A delivery stall at the exit of the 220kV line, for the interconnection in AAT cable towards the electrical station of the NTG, of the transformation station of the planned plant;

      − AAT connection in overhead (or, if necessary, underground) cable duct at 220 kV between the new transformer station and the NTG (section of connection  – SE in the project).

      Electromechanical Connection

      The station will be built in a “single busbar” configuration (three conductors) at 220 kV, with air insulation. The 220kV busbar system will be characterized as shown below.

      Nominal Data

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