Tabocas do Brejo Velho Solar Park
The photovoltaic system, for which work began in December 2015, will be created in the Bahia state, in north-east Brazil, and will have a capacity of 254 MWp, extended over around 550 hectares, with estimated annual production of around 500 GWh, equivalent to the annual consumption needs of more than 243,000 Brazilian households, avoiding the emission of over 227,000 tonnes of CO2 per year.
Falcon Ma'an Solar Park
Enerray is among the shareholders of an SPV that has been awarded a 23.1 MWp PV project in Jordan.
Enerray (24%), Desert Technologies (25%), and Seci Energia (1%), have sponsored the project together with their local partner, Catalyst Private Equity (50%).
Pietrafitta Ground-mounted Photovoltaic System
In 2010, Enerray created a ground-mounted system with power capacities of 14,963 kWp (divided into 3 subsystems of around 5 MWp each), installed in the municipality of Pietrafitta (FG). Annual production is estimated at around 20,948,200 kWh, with annual CO2 emission reductions of 11,123,494 kg.
In 2011, Enerray created a lot of 10 photovoltaic greenhouses with a capacity of 9,430.965 kWp (1 MWp each), installed in Mesagne (BR) in the township of Argiano. Annual production is estimated at around 13,225,296 kWh, with annual CO2 emission reductions of 7,022,636 kg.
Ferrari Roof Photovoltaic System
In 2008, Enerray created a roof photovoltaic system at the Ferrari plant in Maranello (MO), with a power capability of 198.88 kWp. Total annual production is estimated at around 218,762 kWh, with annual CO2 savings of 116,160 kg.
Enerray “supplies energy”
Enerray has created two rooftop photovoltaic systems on Auchan supermarkets in Cuneo and Palermo, which began operating in May 2014 with respective power capacities of 199.66 kWp and 199.92 kWp.
The project was commissioned and supervised by Helexia, an energy production and energy efficiency company.
Thermodynamic Solar Plant (CSP-ORC)
It consists of a (CSP Concentrating Solar Power) system, that uses reflective surfaces (flat or parabolic reflectors) that concentrate solar radiation into a receiver tube containing a heat transfer fluid (here diathermic oil) that transfers heat to an ORC (Organic Rankine Cycle) system that uses thermal energy which, through a turbine and then an alternator, generates electricity.