With an investment of 55 million euros, the three-phase plant Dymerka 2-3-4 is built by ACCIONA Energía in Dymerka, northern Ukraine, and will reach 57.6 MWp in the PV installation. The complex, located around 100 kilometres north-west of Kiev, consists of three adjacent photovoltaic plants (Dymerka 2, 3 and 4) and it will become one the largest solar projects in the region.
The Inverter Stations and Control Platform from the Spanish company GPTech have been chosen for the complete energy management of the plant generation. For this purpose, a solution that comprises fifteen GPTech Inverter Stations (WD3), have been provided. Every GPTech solution has a conversion capacity over 4MW and it comes fully-integrated with the MV step-up elements.
In addition, the energy management is performed dynamically by the GPTech EKS® Supervisory and Control Platform which provides advanced Grid Support Functions to ensure grid code compliance. The Platform includes three interrelated control levels, which gives an optimal response to the requirements of the electrical network.
This project entails important impact on the company from the technical point of view, with the integration of outdoor equipment in a harsh environment due to the extreme temperatures, while ensuring low operation and maintenance costs. GPTech is very satisfied with Acciona’s confidence in our solutions for projects where reliability and customization are critical factors.
The facility will increase the portion of renewables in its mix to produce 63 gigawatt-hours (GWh/yy) ‑clean energy equivalent to the power consumption of 26,000 Ukrainian homes-, avoiding every year the emission of more than 60,000 tons of CO2 from coal-fired power stations