MODULAR POWER PLANT DESIGN FLEXIBILITY AND SECURE RETURN WITH Q.MEGA
Q.MEGA – Maximum Return
Q.MEGA can be flexibly constructed with one or many MW DC standard blocks – consisting of solar modules, inverters and mounting systems. We only make use of the highest quality and carefully matched components from the world's leading manufacturers. Due to our standardised plant designs, we can realise projects in the order of magnitude of 50 MW p within a few weeks. The project is implemented in phases, where even during construction finished megawatt blocks are connected to the grid, enabling you to gain rapid returns. With the high degree of standardisation, we guarantee not only high performance and output stability from our Q.MEGA solar power plants, but also a cost-effective balance of system (BoS). Since 2008, we have been able to reduce BoS costs by 50 %.
Q.MEGA: PHASED CONSTRUCTION POWER PLANT DESIGN
OPERATION & MAINTENANCE: 3 LEVEL SECURE SERVICE
POWER THAT COMES FROM SOLAR CELLS Q.ANTUM TECHNOLOGY– HIGH PERFORMANCE REDEFINED
Q.ANTUM combines the best features of all known cell technologies to achieve high performance levels at low costs of electricity (LCOE). This advanced technology ensures Q CELLS solar modules achieve maximum luminous efficiency under real, day to day conditions, even under cloudy skies.
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You will find our experience in the implementation of projects and the award winning system solutions from Q CELLS impressive. Since 2007, we have installed a total of more than 700 MW of solar power plants in the output range greater than 1 MW p .
One of the largest solar power plants in the world; built in just 12 weeks.
A 24.3 MW p solar farm in Great Britain using Q CELLS solar modules.
A solar power plant cluster with 83 MW p output in southern Brandenburg.
A solar power plant with over 51,000 Q CELLS solar panels and a capacity of 13.3 MW p.