- Two new PV Power plants, located in Bataan/Central Luzon and in Negros Occidental, Western Visayas, Philippines, were commissioned on time to meet the deadline and cap of Philippine FIT (Feed-in Tariff) scheme
- Silay 25 MWp PV Power Plant energized (power dispatch) and commissioned on February 23, 2016
- Bataan 18 MWp PV Power Plant energized (power dispatch) and commissioned in Week 11, 2016
- Syntegra Solar, Owners Engineer to Megawide Construction Corp. in these PV Power Plant projects, to date has served in 260 MWp of PV Power Plants in the Philippines alone
- All projects where Syntegra Solar serves as Owners Engineer meet Philippine FIT requirements
March 15, 2016: Syntegra Solar announced today that two additional Philippine PV Power Plants with a combined production capacity of 43 MWp have been successfully commissioned, making the March 15, 2016 deadline to be eligible under the 500 MWp Philippine FIT cap.
The 25 MWp Silay PV Power Plant, located next to the Bacolod-Silay International Airport, will produce some 37.500 MWh annually of emission-free solar power, offsetting approximately 27.500 tons of CO2 per year and producing enough power for more than 25.000 average Philippine households. The Silay PV Power Plant has been installed turn-key in just 112 days, counted from “first pile in” to “first power out”.
The 18 MWp Bataan PV Power Plant located near Mariveles on the southern tip of Bataan, is designed to produce some 27.000 MWh annually of solar power, offsetting about 20.000 tons of CO2 per year and producing power for some 20.000 average Philippine households. The Bataan PV Power Plant was installed in just 92 days from start of construction to first power out.
Both state-of-the-art PV Power Plants were built by Megawide Construction Corporation, a large construction company known for its engineering excellence, and are owned and operated by Megawide`s sister company Citicore.
Initial empiric power production data indicate that both PV plants will measurably outperform compared to guaranteed performance values.
“Meeting the crucial deadline to be eligible under the attractive Philippine FIT scheme in rather short PV Power Plant development and construction times were especially important to all parties involved in these projects – we are thrilled to be able to announce project completion right on time and on budget. Best quality in design and PV components chosen promise best reliability and superior long-term performance, making these projects a sound investment for its investors”, states Mathias G. Kothe, Founder of Syntegra.
Syntegra Solar has served as Owners Engineer in 260 MWp to date in the Philippines alone, making it the largest and arguably most successful PV expert service provider firm in the region. Syntegra has assigned 12 certified PV Experts to PV Power Plant projects in South-East Asia, and has deployed on-site more than 15 local Philippine Engineers, all of which have deep expertise in PV Power Plant installations in their respective area of competence.