Wagner Solar and INO SOLAR accomplish installation of 25 x 1 MWp PV project in Islahiye/Turkey

German Wagner Solar and Turkish cooperation partner INO SOLAR announce the finalisation and commissioning of 25 x 1 MWp ground mounted PV systems

Cölbe, 02.11.2017

German Wagner Solar and Turkish cooperation partner INO SOLAR announce the finalisation and commissioning of 25 x 1 MWp ground mounted PV systems in October 2017. The project has been developed by INO SOLAR for a collective of land owners near Islahiye in the Gaziantep province of Turkey. INO SOLAR follows a philosophy of high quality components and engineering “Made in Germany”. For the Islahiye project the main PV panel brand is Solarworld, string inverters coming from SMA. Wagner Solar has supplied their fast and easy to install „TRIC flex four“ ground mount system. The TRIC aluminium profiles were produced for Wagner Solar at a Turkish extrusion plant. Wagner Solar also was responsible for engineering and installation of mounting system and complete DC side. The project realisation took place in two steps. 5 x 1 MWp have been commissioned already 2016. Now in October 2017, 20 x 1 MWp have been successfully commissioned and approved by TEDAŞ. INO SOLAR and Wagner Solar are heading for further long term cooperation concerning the Turkish solar market.

Wagner Solar GmbH
Wagner Solar is a solar pioneer from the beginning. Founded 1979 in Hesse/Germany, Wagner Solar belongs to the internationally acting Sanderink group and produces, distributes and applies resource saving products and systems, covering PV, solar thermal and energy saving technology. www.wagner-solar.com

INO SOLAR LED AYDINLATMA VE SOLAR ENERJİ SİSTEMLER
INO SOLAR is a Istanbul situated Turkish company with 5 year experience in the field of solar. Managed by Ismet Ersoy and Ogeday Baltacıoğlu, INO SOLAR is a EPC contractor as well as a distributor for solar technology.Contact: ogeday@inosolar.com.tr

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