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Power-One's Aurora Trio Inverters Used in 1.5MW Solar Parks in Lithuania

Published on 4 Sep 2013
September 2, 2013 - Power-One today announced that UAB Solar LT chose Power-One's three-phase, 1,000V DC Aurora Trio-27.6 and Aurora Trio-20.0 string inverters for a 1.5MW solar park near Oranai, Lithuania. The solar park is the first PV installation in the Southwestern Suvalkija region.

UAB Solar LT installed more than 6,224 solar modules in an area of 3.98 ha. The company used 48 Power-One Aurora Trio-27.6 string inverters and one Aurora Trio-20.0. Connected to the grid in mid-May 2013, the plant has already produced more than 781MWh of clean energy, equaling the energy consumption of approximately 200 Lithuanian three-person households as well as CO² savings of almost 431 tons.

In Lithuania the energy market depends highly on imported fossils fuels since it has only small domestic oil and gas deposits in the Western part of the country and in the Baltic Sea. Furthermore, the nuclear power plant Ignalina, which covered nearly one third of Lithuania's energy needs, was closed in 2009. As a result, the government is currently working to increase the share of renewable energy sources to 23 percent of overall energy consumption by 2020.

"We are delighted to be one of the first Lithuanian companies deploying Power-One string-inverters," said Zilvinas Skardzius from UAB Solar LT. "Due to their wide input voltage range they were the perfect choice for this region with its comparatively low solar irradiation."

"This exciting project gave us the opportunity to support UAB Solar LT in their pioneer work for PV energy in this region," added Gerhard Schackert, Sales Director Northern EMEA at Power-One. "It is very impressive how the company strives to promote solar energy projects in Lithuania and we are looking forward to supporting them further."

Source: Power-One
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