September 4 (Solar) – The power equipment business of US conglomerate General Electric Co (NYSE:GE) will be supplying inverters and skids for the 14-MW Verde Vale III solar project in Guanambi, Brazil.
GE Power said on Monday that it has been chosen by Brazilian engineering firm EPC Construtora Quebec to provide its 4.4-MW and 2.2-MW LV5 1,500-V inverters and skids for the particular project owned by Vientos Solutions. The two companies will also collaborate for the Full Electrical Balance of Plant Solution.
The LV5 1,500-V inverter technology developed by the company has obtained accreditation of the Brazil’s Bank of Economic and Social Development and meets local content requirements.
To date, GE has delivered over 1 GW of solar inverters to Brazil.