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ABB wins $50 million solar order in Italy 2011.03.13

Zurich, Switzerland - March 7, 2011 - ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, has won a $50 million order from Phenix Renewables to deliver a 24 megawatt (MW) photovoltaic (PV) solar power plant in Lazio, central Italy.

ABB has been working for many years to offer products and solutions to reduce the environmental impact of energy systems. ABB manufactures and supplies a broad range of high quality products for the solar power market, suitable for the smallest residential building applications, right up to large power plants.
Courtesy of ABB
 

Zurich, Switzerland - March 7, 2011

ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, has won a $50 million order from Phenix Renewables to deliver a 24 megawatt (MW) photovoltaic (PV) solar power plant in Lazio, central Italy.

ABB’s products and solutions ensure that customers’ solar energy systems last with maximum uptime, which translates into increased power production and higher revenues for the system operator and owner.
Courtesy of ABB
 
Once connected to the grid, the Phenix solar plant will supply up to 35 gigawatt-hours (GWh) of electricity a year, avoiding the generation of over 25,000 tons of CO2 emissions, equivalent to the annual emission of over 10,000 European cars.

ABB manufactures and supplies a broad range of high quality products for the solar power market, suitable for the smallest residential building applications, right up to large power plants.
Courtesy of ABB
 
ABB
will be responsible for the design, engineering, erection, civil works and commissioning of the plant.

ABB’s comprehensive offering for the photovoltaic industry includes solar inverters, components for module tracking systems, low voltage components and accessories. ABB also offers products and solutions for solar module and cell manufacturing plants, as well as for medium and high voltage grid connection.
Courtesy of ABB
 
ABB’s modular EBoP (electrical balance of plant) concept
will enable fast track execution within four months.

ABB manufactures and supplies a broad range of high quality products for the solar power market, suitable for the smallest residential building applications, right up to large power plants.
Courtesy of ABB
 
The 24.2 MW plant
is based on single-axis trackers, which precisely follow the position of the sun to position PV panels at the best angle for maximum energy production.

ABB provides complete power and automation solutions for all the main concentrating solar power (CSP) technologies – parabolic trough, power towers, integrated solar combined cycle, heliostat solar concentrators, Stirling solar dish systems, combined solar-biomass and others.
Courtesy of ABB
 
Key ABB products in this project include low- and medium-voltage switchgear, transformers, cables, the automation and control system and protection equipment.


ABB has developed a standard modular concept for photovoltaic power plants. It is our ‘one partner, one solution’ answer to the needs of customers operating in the global PV market. Our solutions are designed to maximize plant performance and provide owners with a rapid return on investment and a long plant operating life.
Courtesy of ABB
 
ABB
will also build a 150 kilovolt (kV) substation equipped with the latest monitoring and control system to facilitate reliable and efficient integration of the electrical power generated by the solar panels into the grid.

ABB offers a wide range of products from solar inverters and low voltage components up to grid connection equipment.
Courtesy of ABB
 
The PV panels
will be supplied by the Norwegian company, REC (Renewable Energy Corporation) in consortium with ABB.

Peter Leupp, head of ABB’s Power Systems division.
Courtesy of ABB
 
“ABB technologies are playing a key role in facilitating both the generation and integration of renewable energies into our power grids,” said Peter Leupp, head of ABB’s Power Systems division.
“Efficiency, reliability, and minimizing the impact of electric power generation on our climate are key drivers in this project. Solar power has an important role to play in our future energy mix.”

ABB provides products and solutions for solar module manufacturing plants such as robots and robot solutions for cell, glass and module handling, and power quality equipment and special power supplies for polysilicon manufacturing. These products and solutions help to increase the capacity of the plant without compromizing the quality and reliability issues. ABB also has a wide portfolio of products and solutions for manufacturing plant automation and control purposes as well as for improving the energy efficiency of the plants.
Courtesy of ABB
 
In 2010, ABB executed 16 photovoltaic power plants in southern Europe alone
.

The plants range in capacity from 1 to 24 MW, and are located mainly in Italy and in Spain with a total installed capacity of about 100 MW.

ABB ( www.abb.com  ) is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve performance while lowering environmental impact.

The ABB Group of companies operates in around 100 countries and employs about 124,000 people.


Source: ABB

http://www.abb.com/industries/us/9AAF401585.aspx  


Contact

ABB Corporate Communications, Zurich
Thomas Schmidt
Tel: +41 43 317 6568
Fax: +41 43 317 7958
ABB Ltd
Affolternstrasse 44
CH-8050 Zurich, Switzerland



Peter Leupp

Head of Power Systems division
Member of the Group Executive Committee of ABB Ltd, Switzerland

Peter Leupp
Courtesy of ABB
 
Born July 1, 1951 – Swiss citizen

Education

1992 Executive training, University of Zurich, Switzerland

1976 Degree in Electrical Engineering (Dipl. Ing.), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich, Switzerland

Professional experience

ABB

2007 to date Head of Power Systems division
Member of the Group Executive Committee of ABB Ltd, Switzerland

2005 – 2006 Region Manager North Asia

2001 – 2006 Country Manager in China (Chairman and President of ABB (China) Ltd.)

1999 – 2000 Local head of power transmission and distribution division at ABB, Switzerland

1995 – 1999 President of High-Voltage Technologies Ltd. at ABB, Switzerland

1993 – 1994 Managing director of medium-voltage business at ABB, Switzerland

1989 – 1993 Profit center manager, surge arrestors

Technochemie

1988 – 1989 Chief Executive Officer

BBC

1977 – 1988 Various functions in high-voltage development division in Switzerland

Board memberships

Member of the Board of Gurit Holding AG, Switzerland


Source: ABB

http://www.abb.com/  



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