WEG supplied complete conventional turn-key substations for a solar power plant called Horus Project in Mexico. This project will support the customer in the export of energy that will generate 100 MW, through the supply of an electrical substation from 34.5 kV to 230 kV and a transmission line in 230 kV. The said project is considered by the customer to be his most important investment in the Mexican market.
The Horus Project will be added to other 05 plants that are in operation and will contribute to the installed solar capacity of Aguascalientes state, which at the end of 2016 had only 1 MW. With this project, WEG reinforces its expertise and technical capacity for the Renewable Solutions market.
WEG counts on an qualified and well-trained team in substations, who is in charge of the turn-key supply process, that is, from prospecting, defining a solution dedicated to the customer to project management, construction and assembly. Within its portfolio, the company has already supplied more than 430 substations ranging from 69 to 550 kV for the Latin American market for a wide variety of segments.
In addition to meeting the photovoltaic solar generation Market requirements, such as this project, WEG substations are intended for other segments including industries, utilities and various types of generation. Quality and technical support are key factors for any business and that is why the customer has chosen WEG solutions for this solar power plant.